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1963 highuay 









HINGHAM 
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1963 highway 



picture credits to; 

mr. ralph wayne 
also: 

the quincy patriot ledger 

lawrence copeland 

malcolm iohnson 

robert Jordan 



table of contents 



panorama 3 

sports 33 

fall sports 34 

winter sports 42 

spring sports 48 

activities ^ 51 

faculty and administration 67 

seniors 1^ 

honors 76 

american field service 78 

senior supers 80 

senior pictures 84 

addresses 1 10 

advertisements 1 1 2 



panorama 




hhs means something to you 

and something to me. 

if the memories and impressions 

of high school 

change as we change, 

in a year or two or twenty, 

we may want to look back 

and see the days 

in the light 

in which they were lived. 

for those 

who want to take with them 

more than marks 

and memorized theories, 

we present 

panorama— 

the year in review. 




remember 
those first days 
at hhs? 

everything big, 
new, 

unexplainable . 
red bricks 
and 
green linoleum. 



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if the gym 

is somewhere near 

the cafeteria, 

where is 

the science wing? 

... a mad mass 

of books 

and numbers 

and schedules 

and teachers. 



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for a while 
you hated it; 
you wondered 
what sense 
it made. 





but time passed . . . 

the impersonal 

became bearable. 

you could find your way 

around. 






you dared to look 
at the sea of faces 
in the cafeteria, 
you yelled 
with the crowd 
at the games 

you could enjoy 
this new life. 





bang! 

you were 

a junior 

an important 

guy. 

of course 

you couldn't be 

too friendly 

—had to show 

those sophomores 

who's boss. 

you knew 

you were never 

that hopeless. 



10 



a busy year 




'M^S 





12 




hey— 
going 
to the game? 

. . . coach 
showed me 
a new play . 
today. 





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what did 

you think 

of that english 

last night? 

... do you 

understand 

wha} 

he's talking 

about? 



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big ideas . . 
lots of work 
little time . . 
only once 




and then 
the seniors 
were gone- 
lucky guys, 
you missed 
a lot 
of faces 
in the halls, 
what are they 
—nuts? 
coming back 
all the time . 
will this 
ever 
be over? 




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but we're 
the bigshots 
now- 
right 
up front 
in the 
auditorium, 
things 
look 
kind of 
different. 




f7 



September 
again- 
back to the 
quizzes, 
lectures, 
lab reports. 
. . . and I 
thought 
I studied 
a lot 
last year. 







but still 

time for 

Saturdays 

and 

red and white 

streamers; 

time for 

cokes 

and 

doing nothing; 

time for 

a last 

fling. 



but days are 
getting shorter 
. . . application 
deadlines, 
interviews . . . 





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college boards 
this weekend- 
two sharp pencils and 
a ticket; 
nine o'clock-BEGIN 
. . . should I have studied? 
too late now 

keep cool . . . complement of 12 degrees 
. . . lines parallel 
. . . come back to it later 
guy in front 
turned the page; 
maybe 

he's having trouble 
too— 

never mind 
got to keep moving 
... not "a" 
maybe "c" 
. . . that's not right 
no . . . darn it 
what a mess. 





2! 



midyears 
are over, 
and 
suddenly 
the days 
are longer. 




22 




plans for the 
drama festival 
plans for the 
spring pops . 
practices, 
rehearsals, 
until . . . 





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23 





school 

spirit 

explodes 

in the 

state 

tournament. 




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march thaws 

into spring; 

boys shed their 

jackets 

and sweaters; 

girls have on 

madras 

and prints— 

another step 

toward 

summer. 






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x^':«ife, 



25 



full envelopes 

arrive. 

hey— 

I got accepted 

. . . the job 

I wanted 

for next year 

came 

through. 




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TRfllNINB! J 




we can 

sit back now 

and play at being 

philosophers. 

we've seen 

a little more 

of life- 

what ever that is— 

and something 

of death. 

we look at those 

around us— 

the leaders, 

followers, 

scholars, 

athletes, 

clowns. 





27 



we wonder 
what purpose 
drove the teachers 
to spend their time 
lecturing to 
or shouting at 
such confused, 
apathetic, 
or maybe 
even bored 
individuals 
as we. 













28 





29 




three hard days 
of finals- 
then senior week 
at last . . . 
graduation practices 
in bermuda shorts, 
the banquet, 
the prom . . . 




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graduation- 
it's over. 





31 



what is 

high school? 

a football game, 

a caper, 

a dance, 

a lab, 

an exam? 

something 

to help us 

grow 

or something 

to be taken 

as lightly 

as possible? 

it might be 

some of these things 

or none 

at all. 





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sports 




obviously 

it would not be practical 

to engage in war all the time 

for glory's sake. 

so nnan has invented 

ways of duplicating 

much of the glory 

and eliminating 

some of the disadvantages 

of war. 

and it seems 

that a sound mind 

in a sound body 

is not such a bad idea. 

here at hhs 

the right combination 

of people 

cheering at 

or competing in 

a game 

or meet 

makes sports somehow 

worthwhile. 



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foot 



The first test of this season's team at 
the AAiddleboro Jamboree led to many 
hopeful predictions of a successful sea- 
son. A win at Rockland fulfilled many of 
these predictions, but Natick was the start 
of a rough season for the Harbormen. 
The remainder of the season was unevent- 
ful, with the exception of the Scituate 
game. In the last five minutes of play, 
Hingham leading 14-12, a Scituate half- 
back caught a pass and then fumbled. 
The referee blew his whistle, but the 
Scituate player picked up the ball and 
continued on to score. Even though Hing- 
ham put the game under protest, the of- 
ficials awarded the victory to Scituate, 
based on the fact that we completed the 
game. This and a string of other losses 
came to a climax on Thanksgiving with a 
loss to Newton South. 








FIRST ROW: D. Thompson, S. Gill, R. McGuirk, R. Delaney, G. Piekarski, M. Shaughnessy, K. 
Grimm, W. Ryan. SECOND ROW: W. Wise, D. Bain, W. Baldwin, J. Shutt, F. Wendt, J. Allen, 
Captain, M. Cronin, D. Keeler, W. Reed, J. Richardson, R. Stoner, Mr. Buckley, Coach. THIRD 
ROW: Mr. Anderson, Coach, S. Mancini, K. Roberts, J. Lersch, G. Hayward, F. Kelley, R. Lutman, 




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ball 







VARSITY RECORD 




Hingham 28 

Hingham 

Hingham 20 

Hingham 

Hingham 14 

Hingham 26 

Hingham 14 

Hingham 6 

Hingham 

JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 



Rockland 6 

Natick 38 

Abington 22 

Stoughton 12 

Scituate 18 

Melrose 26 

Needham 28 

North Quincy _ ._ 18 
Newton South .. 22 



Hingham 14 

Hingham 46 

Hingham 34 

Hingham 

Hingham 20 

Hingham 18 



Natick 

Stoughton 

Scituate 

Archbishop 

Williams 20 

Quincy 

North Quincy — . 6 



p. Waite, S. Dowling, R. McHugh, B. Eddy, B. Davis, Mr. Vafides, Coach. FOURTH ROW: G. 
Bruen, T. Earley, G. Atkinson, L. Cinquegrano, M. Sheskey, R. Libertine, R. Garland, H. Finley, 
R. Kroesser. 




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cross country 




FIRST ROW: S. Murray, J. Kirby, R. Shaw, P. Shute, A. Spear. SECOND ROW: K. Simpson, D. Gordon, J. DeNicola, H. Cole, P. 
Perrier, Mr. Goldie, Coach. 



This year was the first of existence for the cross country team. Because of 
the limited practice time and the informality that goes with not being a league 
member, the team had only a mediocre record. 



field hockey 



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FIRST ROW: S. Garland, E. Edwards, N. Tyler, V. Quinn, E. Thro, N. DeBard, J. Loud, S. Lehto. SECOND ROW: L. Covel, S. Wise, D. Hooper, 
J. Hough, M. Eaton, E. Lortie, R. Earle, J. Endicott, S. Richmond, J. Whipple, L Farrar, C. Leavitt. THIRD ROW: C. Rizzotto, M. Addoms, K. 
Fee, N. Watkins, L. Perry, M. Dunlap, B. Wright, M. Somerville, D. Esau. 



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VARSITY RECORD 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 



ngham Marshfield 1 H 

ngham Cohasset 2 H 

ngham 1 Hanover 1 H 

ngham 1 Duxbury 1 H 

ngham Thayer Academy 2 H 

ngham Abington 1 H 

ngham 1 Braintree H 

ngham Swampscott 6 H 

ngham Thayer Academy 2 H 

ngham 2 Braintree 1 H 

ngham 1 Plymouth 2 



ngham Marshfield 

ngham 4 Cohasset 1 

ngham 2 Hanover 

ngham .... Thayer Academy 

ngham Abington 1 

ngham 1 Duxbury 

ngham Braintree 

ngham Braintree _ 3 

ngham Plymouth 

ngham 1 Thayer Academy 



Field hockey, one of the oldest games in existence, requires speed, endurance, and quick thinking. 
This year the varsity players attended a clinic at Wellesley College and participated in a day's com- 
petition with other members of the Field Hockey Association at Newton High School. 




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cneeriea 



iders 





M. Coleman, D. Walker, J. Burns, W. Fairhurst, A. Ford, Captain, E. Lombardo, L. Infusino, M. Dunning, 
M. Harrington, B. Gustafson. Missing— M. Schuchard. 



Selected by the faculty and student body, the cheerleaders publicize 
athletic events and promote school spirit. This year, in addition to leading 
the Pep Club in cheering at the gannes and making posters to publicize 
the sports programs, the cheerleaders held a fall dance, staged rallies, and 
put on banquets to honor the athletic teams. 



MRS. PETERS, Advisor 



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majorettes 




FIRST ROW: C. Visser, Co-Head, D. Conboy, Leader, M. Schneiderhan, Co-Head. SECOND ROW: J. Robbins, 
R. Wood, E. Woodworth, N. Jermyn. THIRD ROW: N. Libby, J. Tremblay, C. Kress, D. Stadig. FOURTH 
ROW: C. Cashman, C. Richards, P. Saunders, B. Antoine. 



Spearheading the band during football season, the majorettes offered 
their talents in pre-game and half-time shows, performing at all home 
and away games. The girls also performed at rallies, sponsored "A Night 
in Red and White" in September, and sold beanies during the fall months. 




MISS BUTTERFIELD, Advisor 




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pep 




SENIOR 
FIRST ROW: M. Schuchard, C. Allyn, Treasurer, E. Hodgdon, President, A. Ford, M. Harrington, D. Walker, E. 
Lombardo. SECOND ROW: S. Smith, C. Murray, K. Troland, M. Harvey, 5. Briggs, S. Arnold, G. Trobeck. THIRD 
ROW: J. Loud, V. Quinn, J. Pyne, J. Genovese, S. Gianferante, D. Allen, P. McCarthy, N. Wright. FOURTH ROW: 
P. Rose, M. Schneiderhan, S. Crafts, D. Conboy. 




JUNIOR 
FIRST ROW: K. Batts, P. McCarthy, B. Wright, S. Graham, S. Pfizenmaier, Secretary, L. Rossi, Vice-President, M. 
Cavagnaro, B. Gage, D. Hatchard, M. Gill. SECOND ROW: S. Cooper, K. Gustafson, C. Gardner, E. Mackenzie, 
L. Hewitt, P. Windquist, S. Richmond, J. Kessener, M. Jermyn, R. Earle, P. Allen. THIRD ROW: B. Hiltz, D. Stod- 
dard, D. Weir, S. Harris, P. Kennedy, L. Gazley, A. Hitchcock, M. Price, M. Feeley, J. Melanson, A. Anderson, W. 
Fairhurst. FOURTH ROW: N. Gates, C. Rizzotto, R. Harris, P. Quinn, H. McHugh, N. Watkins, L. Perry, M. Eaton, 
M. Deabler, K. Fee, B. McNulty, M. Coleman, B. Gustafson. FIFTH ROW: N. Tyler, M. Dunlap, N. Broydrick, S. Chase, 
C. Neidbala, J. Hough, J. Stoddard, L. Holbrook, I. Currier, J. Burns. M. Dunning, L. Infusino. 



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SOPHOMORE 
FIRST ROW: V. Sherwin, J. Ellers, J. Schofield, C. Lee, C. Amonte, N. Laing, S. Wise, K. Corson, T. Wight. SECOND 
ROW: M. DeLuze, N. Callahan, C. Epple, K. Condon, M. Paxton, K. Farnham, L Jarvis, C. Scheuran, J. Hentz. THIRD 
ROW: C. Valorz, D. Windquist, S. Hayes, N. Abbott, L. Arnold, E. McCoo, P. Donohue, A. Cross, N. Sailer, E. Ro- 
mano. FOURTH ROW: B. Walsh, B. Rawson, J. Sullivan, M. Williams, C. Pfizenmaier, C. Rice, E. Wright, D. Richmond, 
V. Moran, D. Ford, M. Murray. FIFTH ROW: A. Patterson, E. Pfizenmaier, J. Coughlin, C. Flynn, M. Addoms, P. 
McSweeney, M. Kidney, M. Mallon, J. Collins. SIXTH ROW: B. Cappella, D. Cole, B. Hornstra. 



The Pep Club's purpose is to arouse spirit at athletic functions, through enthusiasm and attendance at these 
events. The Pep Club, led by the cheerleaders, makes up the cheering section at games and rallies. Its many 
activities include poster-making, selling programs and shakers at games, decorating for rallies, and generally pro- 
moting school spirit. All these projects make the Pep Club a hidden factor leading to the success of all school 
sports. 




boys' bcis 




VARSITY 

FIRST ROW: M. Cronin, J. Spencer, J. Kirby, W. Baldwin, J. Sheskey, D. Daly. SECOND ROW: G. Driscoll, R. Mitchell, Captain, F. Wendt, W. 
Garretson, N\r. Barker, Coach. 



Not only is it impossible to make this year's Varsity record look impressive, 
but it is equally impossible to attribute this poor season to anything but a lack 
of height. Coach Barker, plagued by this height problem, built a small, fast team. 
However, the team just couldn't cope with its taller, higher scoring rivals. The 
only bright spots in the team's 2-16 record were two successive wins in non-league 
play— 53-43 over Scituate and 48-39 over Thayer. 



VARSITY SCORES 



ngham 59 

ngham 53 

ngham 48 

ngham 53 

ngham 60 

ngham 44 

ngham 49 

ngham 50 

ngham 60 

ngham 45 

ngham 61 

ngham 61 

ngham 35 

ngham 35 

ngham 52 

ngham 54 

ngham 51 

ngham 61 



Hanover 66 

Scituate 43 

Thayer Academy 39 

Hanover 57 

Silver Lake 74 

Abington 65 

Middleboro 66 

Rockland 72 

Wareham 91 

Plymouth 65 

Silver Lake 68 

Abington 82 

Middleboro 70 

Rockland 70 

Wareham 77 

Whitman-Hanson 68 

Plymouth 99 

Whitman-Hanson 74 




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JUNIOR VARSITY 
FIRST ROW: D. McLeod, T. Huxley, M. Gilbert, S. Forter, R. Cross, G. Atkinson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Pierce, Coach, K. Ducey, D. Lacatell, R. 
Knapp, A. Jewett, R. Gianferante, W. Adolphson, R. Cenedella. 



Unlike the Varsity, the Junior Varsity enjoyed a winning season, splitting 
games with Rockland, Scituate, Silver Lake, and Whitman-Hanson and defeating 
Hanover and Abington twice. Because of the large number of seniors on this 
year's varsity squad, many of the junior varsity players, most of whom were 
sophomores, will have an excellent chance of making next year's Varsity. 





JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES 



ngham 53 

ngham 36 

ngham 41 

ngham 66 

ngham 35 

ngham 36 

ngham 25 

ngham 44 

ngham 27 

ngham 27 

ngham 40 

ngham 34 

ngham 26 

ngham 37 

ngham 40 

ngham 31 

ngham 43 

ngham 49 



Hanover 26 

Scituate 37 

Thayer Academy 30 
Hanover 45 

Silver Lake 36 

Abington 32 

Middleboro 38 

Rockland 48 

Wareham 34 

Plymouth 36 

Silver Lake _ . 27 
Abington _ . 31 

Middleboro 48 

Rockland _ _ 32 
Wareham ^^ 39 
Whitman-Hanson 37 

Plymouth 31 

Whitman-Hanson 32 



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girls' ba 




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VARSITY 
FIRST ROW: D. Ford, J. Irwin, L. Farrar, V. Quinn, M. Hamel, L. Kerr, B. Matthews, M. Gross. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Williams, Coach, S. 
Pfizenmaier, A. Hitchcock, M. Eaton, J. Hough, L. Gazley, J. Loud, M. Somerville, J. Whipple, L. Covel, C. Cashman, Manager. 



VARSITY RECORD 



ngham 1 1 

ng ha m 29 

ngham 19 

ngham 1 1 

ngham 22 

ngham 26 

ngham 16 

ngham 19 

ngham 22 

ngham 1 8 



Whitman-Hanson 46 

Rockland 32 

Braintree 49 

Thayer Academy 25 

Abington 45 

Thayer Academy 35 

Braintree 42 

Abington 34 

Whitman-Hanson 17 

Rockland 49 



Basketball, a favorite sport of many girls, 
teaches coordination, precision, and timing. This 
year, despite a rather dismal record, thirty-eight 
girls completed the season on the varsity and 
junior-varsity teams. 



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ketball 




JUNIOR VARSITY 
FIRST ROW: E. Pfizenmaier, 3. Wise, M. Huggins, J. DeYoung, J. Haggblon, D. Lamb, C. Niedbala, P. Kennedy, S. Reed. SECOND ROW: Mrs. 
Williams, Coach, D. Richmond, M. Dunlap, K. Fee, S. Lincoln, S. Grahan, C. Pfizenmaier, M. Cavagnaro, A. Lavalette, J. McClelland, Manager. 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 



ngham 2 

ngham 6 

ngham 8 

ngham 7 

ngham 

ngham 8 

ngham 4 

ngham 2 

ngham 1 1 

ngham 1 1 



Whitman-Hanson 16 

Rockland 12 

Braintree 25 

Thayer Academy 1 8 

Abington 14 

Thayer Academy 9 

Braintree 19 

Abington 1 1 

Whitman-Hanson 16 

Rockland 14 






ice 

Hingham's South Shore League 
Champions completed a nearly per- 
fect season, marred only by a tie with 
Archbishop Williams, 4-4, and a heart- 
breaking loss to Catholic Memorial, 3-2. 
The three teams represented the league 
in the State Tournament, with Hing- 
ham coming from behind twice in the 
final period to take away victories from 
South Boston, 3-2, and Lynn English, 
3-1, only to lose in the final period 
of the quarter-final to Melrose, 5-3, 
after piling up a three goal lead 




VARSITY 

KNEELING: J. Mollis, Manager, R. Petrie, D. Bain, R. Swain, R. Miller, Captain, G. Emerson, S. Dowling, J. Hiltz, S. Youroukos, 
Manager. STANDING: R. Libertine, W. Litwin, P. McGann, R. Vento, J. Downing, D. McKinley, M. Sheskey, S. Gill, W. Ryan, 
J. Leahy, J. Lawrence, J. Cronin, Mr. Anderson, Coach. 




VARSITY RECORD 



Hingham 4 

Hingham 4 

Hingham 4 

Hingham 5 

Hingham 6 

Hingharn 6 

Hingham 5 

Hingham 7 

Hingham 4 

Hingham 4 

Hingham 2 

Hingham 4 

Hingham 3 

Hingham 2 



Brockton 

Archbishop 

Williams 1 

Scituate 

Catholic Memorial 1 

Weymouth 2 

King Philip 2 

Canton 

Brockton 

Archbishop 

Williams 4 

Scituate 

Catholic Memorial 3 

Weymouth 2 

King Philip 

Canton 



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lockey 



n the middle period. The season 
/vas sparked by brilliant defensive 
olay on the part of Captain Rick 
\Ailler and John Hiltz; flashy stick- 
nandling by Steve Dowling, one of the 
op forwards in the league; and all- 
iround play by seniors Bob Swain, 
5eoff Emerson, and David Bain, junior 
palie, Jim Cronin, who made many 
hining saves in the tournament, as 
veil as in league play, and first-line 
ophomore wing, Bob Petrie. 





JUNIOR VARSITY 
KNEELING: E. Gillis, J. Perkins, R. Knapp, W. Demain. STANDING: D. Marcus, J. Haley, D. 
Ovaska, H. Devine, W. West. 



STATE HOCKEY TOURNAMENT 

reliminary Rounds: 

Hingham 3 South Boston .___ 2 

Hingham 3 Lynn English .-__ 1 

(uarterfinal Round: 
Hingham 3 Melrose 5 

JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 

ingham 6 Canton 2 

ingham 4 Needham 6 

ingham Milton 1 

ingham 2 Brockton 3 

ingham 1 Braintree 

ingham 5 Weymouth 2 

ingham Milton 1 

ingham 3 Needham 1 




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baseball 




FIRST ROW: W. Blaine, L. Richmond, Co-captain, R. Carlson, Co-Captain, W. Baldwin, P. Bromwell. SECOND ROW: Mr. Pierce, Coach, 
M. Studley, J. Cronin, M. Cronin, F. Wendt, W. Garretson, D. Rice, Manager. 



Softball 




FIRST ROW: C. Jones, N. Gates, N. Young, L. Kerr. SECOND ROW: J. McClelland, N. 
Calvi, B. Matthews, Mrs. Williams, Coach. 



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boys' tennis 




FIRST ROW: L. Eldridge, R. Harris, W. Mayo, C. Orr, AA. Lewiecki, R. Knapp. SECOND ROW: P. Kramers, R. Rowe, R. Harris, W. 
Brown, W. West, R. Rizzotto. 



girls' tennis 




FIRST ROW: S. Briggs, N. Tyler, J. Hough, S. Richmond, L Farrar, S. Wise. SECOND ROW: E. Pfizenmaier, C. Pfizenmaier, P. 
Allen, R. Earle, B. Gage, S. Chase, M. Dunlap. 



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golf 




T. Olsen, S. DeVito. 

MISSING: Mr. Donohue, Coach. 



track 




KNEELING: R. Lutman, J. Allen, M. Sheskey, J. Richardson. STANDING: Mr. Vickery, Coach, R. Jordan, Manager, P. Perrier, 
A. Spear, R. Delaney, Mr. Goldie, Coach. 



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organizations 




there is a tendency 

that people 

with like interests 

and even not-so-like interests 

will join together 

in organizations 

for fulfillment 

in a common endeavor. 

for only in this way 

can the best opportunities 

be afforded 

to all. 



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music org] 




ORCHESTRA 
FIRST ROW: Mr. Thomas, Director, J. Dempsey, M. Eaton, L. Brown, D. Allyn, E. Edwards, L. Luther, J. Haggblom, J. Leighton, R. Barbadora, M. 
Dwyer, D. Stein, K. Ellers, J. Samueison, L. Ripley, S. Pyne. SECOND ROW: C. Allyn, J. DeNicola, J. Heal, W. Titcomb, R. Carlson, D. Lacatell, 
D. Ovaska, J. Higbee, R. Garland, R. Petrie, M. Carran, M. Dwyer, L. Covel, THIRD ROW: T. Wood, T. Geoghegan, R. Peterson, R. Day, C. 
Wescott, W. Nichols, L. Copeland, B. Macomber, F. O'Brien, T. Olsen, R. Carlson. 



Instrumental training at Hingham High School has been carried 
out in recent years by the facilities of a band and an orchestra, 
both under the direction of Mr. Myron Thomas. The band started 



the year by contributing many fine half-time shows to the regular 
seasonal football games and by performing at rallies. As winter 
approached the orchestra became fully organized and like the 




SENIOR-JUNIOR CHORUS 
FIRST ROW: A. Ford, S. Arnold, J. Perry, L. Krause, S. Cooper, B. Hiltz, D. McKinley, C. Allen, T. Paine, W. Nichols, B. Macomber, D. Rice, 
P. Quinn, L. Brown, M. Copeland, S. Gianferante, C. Murray, J. Stoddard. SECOND ROW: Mr. Huggins, Accompanist, P. McCarthy, E. Mac- 
Kensie, K. Batts, K. Gustafson, B. Wright, H. Schramm, R. Carlson, P. Holm, A. Hutchinson, D. Williams, A. Kimball, E. Kane, B. Jones, P. Hayden, 
E. Hanna, C. Rizzotto, P. Winquist, J. Samueison, Mr. Thomas, Director. THIRD ROW: M. Dunlap, J. Hough, S. Richmond, E. Edwards, L. 
Copeland, R. Carlson, B. Day, M. Nicholson, J. Nadeau, C. Boyce, J. Leighton, M. Dwyer, A. Hitchcock, M. Dunning, S. Graham, S. Harris, 
D. Weir. FOURTH ROW: G. Trowbridge, B. Gage, M. Cavagnaro, M. Eaton, L. Perry, P. McCarthy, J. Genovese, V. Quinn, J. Carolina, E. Alcock, 
R. Barbadora, D. Stein, L. Ferguson, C. Jones, M. Deabler, J. Pyne, J. Burns, M. Dwyer, B. Matthews, E. Murphy. FIFTH ROW: S. Pyne, N. 
Broydrick, L. Rossi, D. Hatchard, P. Kramers, C. Wescott, K. Mellgren, P. Swanson, G. Miller, S. Youroukos, L. Eldridge, W. Lane, S. Garland, D. 
Allyn, K. Adami, R. Richardson, L. Hewitt, N. Tyler, M. Coleman, M. Hamel, J. Farley. 



Under the direction of Mr. Myron Thomas, the Senior-Junior 
Chorus had one of its most productive seasons. With the assistance 
of four professional soloists, this group of ninety-six voices was able 



to present the Christmas portion of Handel's "Messiah" at the 
annual Christmas concert. 



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BAND 

FIRST ROW: B. Carlson, J. Haggblom, AA. Huggins, C. Gilmore, E. Edwards, L. Luther, L. Farrar, J. Leighton, B. Barbadora, D. Allyn, W. Abel- 
son, M. Dwyer, S. Samuelson, D. Stein, K. Ellers, L. Ripley. SECOND ROW: Mr. Thomas, Director, T. Geoghegan, W. Humberd, G. DeNicola, 
J. Heal, W. Titcomb, R. Carlson, T. Murphy, R. MacPherson, D. Ovaska, J. Higbee, G. Vincent, R. Carlson, R. Garland, R. Parelius. THIRD ROW: 

E. Worcester, F. Doble, C. Wescott, P. Cramers, R. Peterson, R. Day, B. Sundberg, W. Nichols, P. Perrier, B. Macomber, L. Copeland, D. Lacatell, 

F. O'Brien, T. Olsen. 



band started to practice for the presentation of upcoming concerts. 
Among the many successful appearances of both organizations were 



the anniJal Christmas concert in December, the Pops concert in 
March, and the all town concert in May. 




SOPHOMORE CHORUS 
FIRST ROW: Miss Capillon, J. Flounders, T. Wright, N. Seiler, C. Epple, M. Williams, A. Gage, S. Villani, J. Dempsey, J. Smith, C. Greenman, 
E. Pfizenmaier, N. Ayres, J. Aikens, P. Somerville, D. Esaw, K. Mayo, Mr. Bartoloti, Director. SECOND ROW: E. Mabbett, E. McCoo, C. Leavitt, 
N. Abbott, L. Arnold, J. DeYoung, J. Dempsey, R. Pike, W. Adolfson, R. Bates, G. Vincent, P. Baker, C. Gilmore, E. Dolan, J. Pyne, M. Ad- 
doms, E. Honstra, J. Ellers. THIRD ROW: P. Donahue, S. Wise, M. Eberle, M. Saunders, J. Whipple, J. Carpenter, L Gordon, E. Shackford, 
J. Hentz, G. Goodenough, C. Scheuren, P. McSweeney, M. Kidney, M. Mallon, D. Ford, D. Richmond, V. Moran, M. Murray. FOURTH ROW: 
S. DiTulllo, A. Patterson, K. Corson, S. Hayes, M. Huggins, M. Carran, E. Cyr, L. Covel, P. King, K. Lundin, D. Mortenson, B. Sutherland, L. 
Shuka, E. Vi/right, C. Rice. 



At the same concert the newly formed Sophomore Chorus made 
its first public appearance under the direction of Mr. Salvatore 
Bartolotti. It has been the aim in both of these groups to acquaint 



members with standard choral literature familiar to high school 
and college choral organizations. 



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rama 




DRAMA CLUB 
FIRST ROW: J. Carolina, C. Smith, E. Alcock, M. Ferris, D. Allyn, R. Richardson, G. Crowley, S. Hall, E. Broydrick, E. Hanna, E. Parker, M. 
Gross, L. Luther. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Epple, Advisor, K. Andrews, S. Cooper, J. Zaro, G. Corea, B. Wright, K. Gustafson, K. Farnam, M. 
Paxton, C. Scheuren, J. Flounders, C. Epple, W. Abelson, E. Corea, M. Copeland, K. Ellers, L. Hewitt, N. Abbott, M. Pierce, B. Matthews. THIRD 
ROW: G. Goodenough, J. Endicott, S. Roble, E. MacKenzie, J. Leighton, L. Perry, M. Deabler, N. Watkins, M. Carran, K. Fee, B. Gage, P. 
Winquist, A. Patterson, P. McSweeney, L. Arnold, M. Feeley, R. Barbadora. FOURTH ROW: R. Anderson, M. Nicholson, P. Shute, J. Nadeau, 
J. Kirby, R. Carlson, R. Cross, R. Lincoln, P. Swanson, J. Bouve, K. Mellgren. FIFTH ROW: A. Kimball, J. Lersch, R. Jordan, R. Day, D. Rice, 
D. Clark, T. Paine, J. Higbee, E. Malm, J. Sargent. 




The Drama Club was organized to provide op- 
portunity for those interested in acting, back-stage 
work, direction, and theatrical organization by spon- 
soring plays for their participation and the school's 
enjoynnent. This year the Drama Club presented the 
three-act play Arms and the Man, by G. B. Shaw, 
three one-act plays, Gianni Schicchi, Curse You, Jack 
Dalfon, and When You Marry the Navy, and the fes- 
tival play Thread of Song, presented in Massachusetts 
State Drama Festival competition in Franklin. The pro- 
ceeds from these plays go to the American Field Serv- 
ice and toward a scholarship presented for out- 
standing achievement in dramatics. Members of the 
club assist in school assemblies during the year and 
in the annual Christmas program. 



OFFICERS 
E. Corea, President, R. Carlson, Vice-President, G. Corea, Correspond- 
ing Secretary, E. Parker, Treasurer, M. Ferris, Recording Secretary. 



ClUi 




THESPIAN TROUPE 
FIRST ROW: E. Hanna, E. Broydrick, M. Ferris, E. Parker, E. Alcock, AA. Gross, J. Zaro, K. Gustafson, E. Corea, G. 
Corea. SECOND ROW: P. Swansen, K. Mellgren, R. Lincoln, P. Shute, J. Kirby, R. Jordan, R. Carlson, A. Kimball, D. 
Rice. 



The members of the Thespian Troupe are part of a national organization made up of those who have achieved 
a high quality of work in dramatics. They receive credits for their performances on or back stage, finally qual- 
ifying for membership with twenty credits. Besides having the distinction of belonging to this society, the mem- 
bers comprise the executive council, managing the affairs of the Drama Club. 





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harbor light staff 



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The purpose of any newspaper 
is to keep the public informed. The 
Harbor Light, published four times 
this year, strived to fulfill this goal 
on a smaller scale by keeping the 
students of this school informed 
about school activities and by pub- 
licizing events of general interest. As 
in other years, the problems of v^rit- 
ing articles, setting up pages, and 
soliciting advertisements had to be 
overcome before the publication of 
each issue. Other duties performed 
by staff members included photog- 
raphy, art work, and selling the fin- 
ished newspaper. 



EDITORS 
SEATED: E. Edwards, E. Broydrick, S. Garland, Editor-in-Chief, E. Parker. STANDING: 
J. Pyne, N. Wright, A. Ford. 




GENERAL STAFF 
FIRST ROW: L. Arnold, D. Ford, C. Rice, V. Moran, G. Crowley, L Hewitt, J. Hentz, B. Gage, D. Hatchard, N. Abbott, L. Shackford. SECOND 
ROW: K. Gustafson, G. Corea, N. Watkins, L. Perry, K. Fee, M. Dunlap, B. Deabler, D. Conboy. STANDING: R. Barbadora, S.^obie, C. Cash- 
man, Mr. Miller, Advisor, R. Day, R. Carlson, S. Youroukos, L. Copeland, W. Lane, K. Troland, S. Trudell, D. Allen, P. McCarthy, D. Weir, P. 
Hayden, L. Luther, J. Samuelson, E. Corea, P. McSweeney, C. Epple, M. Paxton, A. Patterson, E. MacKenzie. 



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highway staff 




EDITORIAL STAFF 
SEATED: D. Rice, W. Hawkes, R. Jordan, C. Wescott, B. Macomber. STANDING: E. Thro, E. Hanna, L. Ferguson, 
B. Deabler, AA. Dunlap, B. Gage, Miss Suzedell, Advisor. 

A yearbook, exactly as the name implies, is an annual publication. Thus, a year- 
book is a tradition and, as a tradition, seemingly has to contain certain "musts" that 
have to remain whether they are of value or not. Consequently, a yearbook becomes 
stereotyped. In order to make the 1963 Highway more than a photo album, we have 
broken some traditions and destroyed some stereotypes. To carry out our goal would 
have been impossible without the diligent work of the business staff to insure the fi- 
nancial success of the Highway. 




BUSINESS STAFF 
SEATED: F. Taylor, S. Briggs, C. Epple, A. Durling, S. Wood, B. Giovannucci. STANDING: L. Luther, C. Smith, 
B. Barbadora, E. DiSalvo, J. Santavicca, Miss Quill, Advisor. 



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debating club 




C. Leavitt, I. MacGregor, Mr. Flynn, Advisor, L. Perry, W. Lane, K. Gustafson, G. Richardson, C. Wescott, E. Kane. 



The purpose of the Debating Club is to stimulate interested students in the art of logical thinking as applied 
to competitive argumentation. This, in turn, in fortified by the knowledge of undertaking a research problem, 
a desire for diction with finesse, and a greater fluency of language. The club, debating the subject of reciprocal 
trade, has successfully met twelve schools comprising the South Shore Debating League and has participated in 
the State Speech Festival at Holy Cross College in Worcester. 



marshal board 




FIRST ROW: E. Hodgdon, S. Briggs, D. Soule, C. Allyn, K. Troland, J. Genovese, A. Durling, F. Wendt. 
SECOND ROW: R. Calvi, R. Swain, R. Miller, A. Fiske, D. Daly, J. Allen, R. Lincoln. 



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ibrary 



service c 



ub 




FIRST ROW: E. Lortie, S. Wood, S. Epple, P. True, J. Endicott, S. Hayes, M. Huggins, J. DeYoung. SECOND ROW: S. Briggs, P. Rose, E. DiSalvo, 
K. Donnelly, M. Mayer, B. Antoine, L. Gordon, C. Murray, J. Harris, L. DeForest, M. Gill. THIRD ROW: S. Wise, L. Ripley, R. Richardson, C. Smith, 
S. Robie, R. Palmer, K. Andrews, B. Matthews, G. Crawley, M. Feeley, J. Genovese, F. Taylor, M. Kidney, R. Earle, Miss Glidden, Advisor. 
FOURTH ROW: S. Allen, D. Laing. 



The Library Service Club is an organization of students interested in helping the library by working at the 
desk, shelving books, preparing new books for circulation, filing catalog cards, helping other students with refer- 
ence work, and preparing book displays for the library's two showcases. The special activity this year was the 
opening of a book store in the library which stocks paperbound books for sale to students, teachers, and the 
general public. 



athletic service club 




FIRST ROW: M. Pierce, M. Addoms, 3. Ridpath, V. Quinn, A. Kimball, D. Rice. SECOND ROW: E. Murphy, 
E. Tuite, S. Pyne, P. Shute, G. Trowbridge, D. Williams, Mr. Goldie, Advisor. 



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future teachers' club 



Through observation of 
classes and exploration of the 
field of education, members of 
the Future Teachers' Club attempt 
to decide whether teaching is suit- 
able for their life's work. 




KNEELING: K. McGuirk, L Holbrook, J. Samuelson, R. Palmer, G. Trowbridge, D. Weir, E. Tuite. 
STANDING: S. Wise, N. Laing, B. Matthews, AA. Hamel, K. Brackley, A. AAulholland, J. Farley, S. Pyne, 
E. Murphy, Miss Caffrey, Advisor. 



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The aim of the Future Nurs- 
es' Club is to interest students in 
nursing and laboratory careers. 
Among its projects have been 
trips to Med-field State, Chil- 
dren's, and Massachusetts Gener- 
al Hospitals. It has made gifts for 
St. Coletta's School, the South 
Shore Hospital, and the Canton 
Hospital for Crippled Children, 
and also has entertained guests 
from Burbank and Newton- 
Wellesley Hospitals. The members 
of the club were also fortunate to 
hear a talk by Dr. Marion Weir 
about the hospital ship Hope. 



FIRST ROW: J. Robbins, S. Robie, J. Haggblom, R. Brown, C. Visser. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Goetz, 
Advisor, P. Hayden, P. Carries, S. Carries, N. Broydrick, R. Sirois. THIRD ROW: S. Gianferante, B. 
Hiltz, M. Kidney, J. Flint, S. Sherman. 



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FIRST ROW: R. Wood, D. Stadig, J. Genovese, M. Dunning, K. McGuirk, R. Sirois. SECOND ROW: H. Buckley, L. 
Atwater, G. Lamb, C. Rizzotto, K. Kersey, R. Harris, B. Hilrz, J. McLellan, E. Stalker. THIRD ROW: K. Rowell, J. Gratta, 
V. Marcella, J. Antoine, P. Crowell, G. Hayward, R. Conboy, S. Dowling, F. Wendt, W. Read, J. Cronin, D. Hutton, 
F. Wilson, L. Rodes. 



refreshment committee 




J. Osborne, J. Marsh, D. Vanags, L Rodes, M. Roussin, J. Ridlon, S. Freemark, D. Means, D. Demain, P. Joyce, Miss 
Murdock, Advisor. 



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student secretaries 



Student secretar- 
ies receive valuable 
on-the-job training by 
working in the school 
offices for one week 
during their regularly 
assigned periods. They 
perform routine du- 
ties, such as answering 
the telephone, filing, 
operating duplicating 
machines, and typing. 




FIRST ROW: p. Joyce, D. Vanags, A. Durling, D. Demain, M. Roussin, M. Urbati. SECOND ROW: Miss Brewer, 
Advisor, J. Robbins, E. Stalker, F. Taylor, E. DiSalvo, J. Santavicca, B. Giovannucci, B. Butler, Miss Quill, Advisor. 
THIRD ROW: J. Marsh, E. Kreps, P. Rose, J. Gosselin, N. German, J. Candito, E. Hatch, J. Gilmore. FOURTH ROW: 
A. Cappucci, S. Hail, S. Wood, J. McPartlin, N. Schneiderhan, J. Osborne, M. Libby, J. Cauley. 



unior 



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S. Robie, S. Hall, J. Robbins, B. Matthews, Mrs. Brewer, Advisor, J. McPartlin, M. Urbati. 



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senior leaders 




EXECUTIVE BOARD 
KNEELING: S. Lehto, N. DeBard, S. Trudell, V. Quinn, S. Gianferante, D. Allen, C. Allyn, N. Hallgren. STANDING: Mr. Anderson, Advisor, W. 
Brown, D. Rice, E. Hanna, L. Ferguson, A. Ford, E. Hodgdon, P. Rose, R. Moore, R. Carlson, A. Fiske, J. Downing. 



After fall elections, the new members 
of the Senior Executive Board formulated 
plans for the coming year. The Christmas 
Snowball Dance was successfully held on De- 
cember twenty-second. On the night of March 
thirteenth the hockey team met the basket- 
ball team in a wild game of basketball, after 
which the male members of the High School 
faculty, supported by students and female 
faculty members, battled with the teachers 
of South Junior High. A paper and bottle 
drive was held in April. On the Saturday be- 
fore Easter, the annual car wash was con- 
ducted by the senior class in the high school 
parking lot. Other projects to raise money for 
graduation and senior week expenses were 
a spring talent show and an H.H.S. mug 
selling campaign. 




OFFICERS 
W. Brown, Vice-President, L. Ferguson, Secretary, E. Hanna, Treasurer, J. Downing, 
President. 



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unior leaders 




EXECUTIVE BOARD 
FIRST ROW: D. Allyn, K. Batts, L. Rossi, A. Anderson, C. Hall, N. Tyler. SECOND ROW: B. Gage, S. Cooper, G. Corea, J. AAelanson, M. Jermyn. 
THIRD ROW: Mr. Leonard, Advisor, M. Lewiecki, L. Eldridge, R. Francoeur, R. Harris, R. Rowe. 




G. Corea, President, B. Gage, Vice-President, S. Cooper, Secretary, R. Harris, 
Treasurer. 



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The Junior Class, led by its officers and 
executive board, had a very ambitious year, 
sponsoring both profit and non-profit activi- 
ties. A workday, a dance, and a food sale 
increased the funds in the class treasury. At 
the same time the class supported a foster 
child in Korea, and many members of the 
class spent time entertaining patients at the 
Veterans' Hospital in Boston. The class held 
its biggest activity, the Junior Prom, in the 
spring. 



sophomore leaders 




EXECUTIVE BOARD 

FIRST ROW: J. Canning, AA. Murray, E. Wright, C. Lee, E. Pfizemaier, P. Donohue, C. Scheuren, B. Cappeiia. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Woodson, 

Advisor, L. Jarvis, L. Arnold, C. Pfizenmaier, B. Rawson, G. Atkinson, R. Garland, H. Devine, T. Earley, B. Walsh, L. Farrar, L. Luther, M. Mallon, 
D. Ford. 



The Sophomore Class, the largest class 
in the Hingham High School's history, got off 
to a slow start this year, but held a Sophomore 
Slave Day and a Sadie Hawkins dance during 
the spring. 




H. Devine, President, J. Canning, Secretary, C. Pfizenmaier, Treasurer, L. Farrar, 
Vice-President. 



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student counci 




FIRST ROW: S. Smith, J. Genovese, V. Quinn, S. Richmond, AA. Price, M. Dunning, C. Rice, V. Moran, AA. Addoms, K. Farnham. SECOND ROW: 
B. Wright, AA. Harrington, B. Gustafson, P. Rose, J. Stoddard, L. Holbrook, J. Burns, L Cuccurullo, AA. Williams, G. Corea. THIRD ROW: C. Grimm, 
W. Garretson, R. Knapp, W. Baldwin, R. Swain, J. Downing, H. Cole, A. Kimball, H. Devine. FOURTH ROW: AAr. Ricci, Advisor, R. Knapp, J. 
Spencer, R. Harris, R. Anastos, G. Emerson, S. Dowling, D. Bain, C. Orr. 




The Student council, a body of representatives from 
the sophomore, junior, and senior classes, promotes lead- 
ership and school spirit and encourages high scholastic 
standards. This year the student council participated in the 
interschool exchange program with Wellesley High School 
and was a member of the Southeastern Massachusetts 
Association of Student Councils. The year's projects in- 
cluded the raising of funds for WGBH, the selling of sta- 
tionary, the proceeds of which went toward a senior 
scholarship, the arranging of the annual exchange student 
telephone calls, and the sponsoring of a dance to add to 
the funds in the treasury. 



G. Emerson, President, 
Secretary. 



OFFICERS 
R. Swain, Vice-President, V. Quinn, 



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faculty and 
administration 




teachers 
have lived in our world 

once 

and can view it 

in some sort 

of perspective. 

we can only speculate 

as to the nature of theirs. 

it is unfortunate 

that we see high school 

only through the eyes 

of the student. 

but the differences 

that separate 

the teachers from the taught 

must exist. 

and 

there is 

an invisible barrier 

between. 



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SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
Dr. John H. Lawson 

TO THE GRADUATES: 

As you read the pages of the 1963 
HIGHWAY and recall many memories of your 
school years, it is well to remember Joyce 
Kilmer's famous words, ". . . life is a high- 
way and its milestones are the years." You 
may be satisfied with the distance you have 
covered and with your rate of progress. Per- 
haps, however, you should pause at this junc- 
tion to see if you have taken advantage of 
all the benefits of the main road and the many 
side roads provided by your parents, teach- 
ers, and townspeople. There may be a need 
for a change in the rate, time, or distance 
of future travels. Your future and our future 
is in your hands. ■ 

Congratulations and best wishes for con- ' 
tinued success. 




ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 
Charles W. Lamontagne 

As you go forward in life to meet new challenges, 
may your success be measured by the worthiness of the 
basic principles and foundations which you have gained 
from your home and your school. Do not dream your 
experiences— experience your dreams. 




SCHOOL 



Edward Liewicki, Walter Schuchard, Philip Shute, Chairman, 
George W. Pierce, Charles W. Lamontagne, Assistant Superin- 



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PRINCIPAL 
Paul H. Farris 

Man's frontier is as limitless as his imag- 
ination, determination, and initiative. Learn- 
ing is a lifetime process involving all areas of 
man's activities. The historic goals of all man- 
kind have been to serve his Maker and to 
serve his fellow man. Two quotations of Ralph 

) Waldo Emerson seem to be worthy of your 

I consideration: 

"The true test of civilization 
is not the census, nor the 
size of the cities, nor the 
crops— no, but the kind of 
man the country turns out." 

"So nigh is the grandeur to our dust 
So near is God to man. 
When Duty whispers low. Thou must, 
! The youth replies, / can." 







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OMMITTEE 

indent, Ian S. AAenzies, Dr. John H. Lawson, Superintendent. 




ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 
J. Preston Barry 

I congratulate you as a class. 

At this point in your careers you share as a class 
a common heritage, your high school education. Up to 
this point you have enjoyed the comparative anonymity 
and security of being high school students. This security 
of such a general classification will no longer be yours. 
Henceforth you will be evaluated as individuals. Your 
achievements will be open to scrutiny. Your success or fail- 
ure will be measured. All future success will depend on 
how well you utilize your education. The challenge to each 
of you then is obvious— make intelligent use of your edu- 
cation. 

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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 
SEATED: Mrs. Peters, Mrs. Woodson, Mrs. Epple, Miss Finn, Miss Reibei. STANDING: Mr. Anderson, 
Mr. Leonard, Mr. Webb, Dept. Head. 

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LANGUAGE 

Mr. Viscarolasaga, Mrs. Peckham, Mr. 
Banks, Miss Guell, Mr. Nionakis, Dept. 



MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 
SEATED: Mrs. Larson, Miss Poole. STANDING: Mr. Stoddard, Dept. Head., Mr. Wallace, Mr. Ricci. 



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SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT 
SEATED: Miss Caffrey, Miss Butterfieid, Dept. Head. STANDING: Mr. Goldie, Mr. Pierce, Mr. 
Miller, Mr. Marshall. 



DEPARTMENT 

Head, Miss Meservey. 



II lit •:!S 




SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 
Mr. Petty, Mr. Buckley, Mr. Huggins, Mr. Elias, Mr. Averill. MISSING— Mr. Burdett 



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FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT 
Mr. Bartolotti, Miss McElroy, Miss Suzedeli, Mr. Tiiomas 





PHYSICAL EDUCATI 

Mrs. Williams, 



PRACTICAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 
Mr. Woodward, Miss Murdock, Mr. Boyden. 



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DRIVER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 
Mr. Marshall, Miss Poole, Mr. Flynn. 



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staff 





GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT 
Mr. Anderson, Mrs. Wollan, Mrs. Warner, Mr. Collins, Director. 



NURSE 
Mrs. Goetz 





LIBRARIAN 
Miss Glidden 



SECRETARIES 
Mrs. Condito, Mrs. Henningsen. 




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CAFETERIA STAFF 
Mrs. Loring, Mrs. Keith, Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Sheldon, Mrs. Hurtin. 



seniors 




it's the end of the beginning- 
three years 
that seemed endless 
disappeared too quickly, 
we have learned 
from the classroom 
what a small measure 
of responsibility, adulthood, 
burdens and decisions 
means, 
for some there was a transition 
from immaturity to awareness, 
looking back 
upon a way of life, 
a way of thinking— 
upon friends, good times, 
and moments 
of depression and elation— 
suddenly the realization 
that despite the sameness, 
the pressures, 
the pace— 
hhs will be missed 
because it was a belonging, 
a home for a while 
and even with its discipline 
and disappointments— 
the people, 
the events, and the decisions 
helped to make it 
a part of us. 



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senior 




FOUR YEAR HONOR ROLL 
FIRST ROW: E. Corea, S. Hall, K. Adami, C. Cashman, E. Parker, S. Garland. SECOND ROW: K. Andrews, 
L. Ripley, C. Johnson, F. Taylor, B. Jones, L. Ferguson, E. Thro, V. Quinn, J. Pyne. THIRD ROW: D. Rice, 
G. Emerson, B. Blaine, R. Jordan, T. Olsen, W. Hawkes, R. Day, F. Wendt, J. Hollis, R. Swain, B. Macomber. 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Larson, Advisor, E. Parker, L. Ripley, E. Hanna, K. Adami, K. Andrews, Miss Reibel, 
Advisor. SECOND ROW: G. Emerson, E. Thro, W. Hawkes, L. Ferguson, J. Hollis, V. Quinn, D. Rice. 




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NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP LETTER OF COMMENDATION 
FIRST ROW: V. Quinn, K. Andrews, E. Parker, E. Hanna. SECOND ROW: G. Emerson, W. Hawkes, L. Ferguson, R. 
Jordan, D. Rice. 



honors 






BROWN BOOK AWARD 
David Rice 



GOOD CLASSMATE 

TODAY, GOOD NEIGHBOR 

TOMORROW 

Bruce Macomber 



HARVARD BOOK AWARD 
Geoffrey Emerson 




MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART 

SCHOLARSHIP 
Susan Smith Vivian Mac Kenzie 



BOSTON ART MUSEUM SCHOLARSHIP 
Peter Farrar Robert Shaw 






BETTY CROCKER 


STUDENT GOVERNMENT 


D.A.R. AWARD 


AWARD 


DAY REPRESENTATIVE 


Lee Ferguson 


Elaine Broydrick 


William Brown 





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ginger in brazi 





Tremendous parties all the time. 



My sister Cecaiia and I initiated my uncle into our club- 
clubbe pasa pessoas marauilhosas. 





Family, family, and more family. 



Of course, I was an astute scholar at Colegio Santa 
Doroteia. 




Another startling first— I had never piloted a plane be- 
fore. 



My six months in Sao Paulo, Brazil, were unfor- 
gettable. Arriving in time for the AAardi Gras, I was 
instantly captivated by the excitement, the Latin beat, 
and the warm-hearted Brazilian people. This carnival 
was our wildest holiday but many others followed. 
Just as with parties, there was no end to the eating. 
A seven course meal was typical and perhaps ac- 
counted for my added ten pounds, something my 
family never missed an opportunity to joke about. 
This joking seemed a part of the Brazilian personality. 
I'll never forget my Easter vacation at a camp in the 
West when we climbed a mountain for four and a half 
hours, or our international soccer team (I was Miss 
America), or the day I got completely lost in Sao 
Paulo. It was a great trip home, climaxed by my 
plane trip home, when I gained almost thirty hours 
flying time. 



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a.f.s. in hingham 






SOTIRIOS YOUROUKOS 



GUNNEL TROBECK 



RYOHEI ONUKI 



Under the sponsorship of the American Field Service, Hingham High School 
welcomed three foreign exchange students to its halls this year. The three were 
selected in their home countries and spent most of the school year in this country. 

Sotirios Youroukos, better known as "Sot," comes from Corfu, an island in 
northwestern Greece, where he attended First Boys' High School. His father is a 
high school principal, and he has one older sister. He lived with the family of 
Senior Sharon and Sophomore Russell Garland on Main Street. 

A native of Stockholm, Sweden, Gunnel Trobeck came to this country from 
a family of three girls. Her older sister is also in this country this year. When 
"Gigi" returns to Sweden she will complete her studies toward a degree in Chem- 
ical Engineering. She lived with the family of Senior Claudia Allyn on Otis Street. 

Coming from a town outside Tokyo, Japan, Ryohei "Yo-Hay" Onuki is the 
next to the youngest member of a family of seven. He spent the first part of 
the school year in Fort Dodge, Iowa. He lived with the family of Junior Elizabeth 
Kane. 



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senior 




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Elizabeth Hanna and David Rice 



BEST DRESSED 
Adrienne Ford and Michael Sheskey 




CLASS FLIRTS 
Ellen DiSalvo and Robert Day 




MOST MUSICAL 
Edith Edwards and Bruce Macomber 



MOST TALKATIVE 
Paula McCarthy and John Richardson 



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BEST ACTOR AND ACTRESS 
Elizabeth Corea and Roy Carlson 



BEST LIKED 
John Downing and Deborah Walker 




MOST VERSATILE 
Virginia Quinn and Geoffrey Emerson 




DONE MOST FOR H.H.S. 
Lee Ferguson and Robert Swain 



MOST ATTRACTIVE 
Peter Farrar and Martha Harrington 



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MOST RESPECTED 
Sotirios Youroukos and Gunnel Trobeck 



CLASS CHAOS CAUSERS 
Linda Rodes and Richard Rourke 




MOST ATHLETIC 
Elizabeth Thro and John Allen 




WITTIEST 
Peter Hardwick. Missing: Janet Ridlon 



CUTEST 
Emily Hodgdon and William Baldwin 



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John 
Allen 




Debby 
Walker 



IDEAL SENIORS 



unior prom 



JUNIOR PROM > t. * 
QUEEN 



Adrienne Ford 




JUNIOR PROM 
^' i' y KING 



John Downing 



THE QUEEN AND HER COURT 



M. Harrington, P. McCarthy, P. 
Schuchard, E. Hodgdon, L. Fergu- 
son, A. Ford, Queen. 




N. Wright, J. Genovese, C. 
Allyn, K. Troland, S. Trudell. 



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Kathleen Mary Adami 

"Kathy" 
Ambition: Go to Texas A8el. 
Usually Saying: If they're Tex- 
an's, I love 'em all. 
Transfer from King High School, 
Kingsville, Texas, 1962. 
National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Latin Club 1, 2; Reporter 2. 




Deborah Tacy Allen 

"Debra" 
Ambition: To play football with- 
out a Helmet. 

Pet Peeve: The conceited ones. 
Usually Seen: Occassionally. 
Usually Saying: ". . . and urn 

Executive Board 3; Harborlight 
Staff 2, 3; French Club 1; Span- 
ish Club 3; Badminton 1; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3; Archbearer 1; 
Junior Prom Committee 2. 




Claudia West Allyn 

"Claud" 
Ambition: To see underclassmen 
have respect for seniors. 
Usually Saying: I'm almost 
about to! 

Executive Board 3; Chorus 1; 
French Club 1; Spanish Club 3; 
Athletic Service Club 1, 2; Field 
Hockey 1, 3; Basketball 1; Bad- 
minton 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; 
Graduation Usher 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Junior Prom At- 
tendant 2. 



Lawrence Stuart Allen 

"Stuart" 
Usually Seen: Jack's. 
Usually Saying: That's the 
way the ball bounces. 
Library Service Club 3; 
Lunchroom Service Club 2; 
Football 1; Junior Prom Usher 



John Albert Allen 

"Whale" 

Ambition: To live my life in 

the Spartan attitude. 

Pet Peeve: J.AA.S. 

Usually Seen: Being sarcastic. 

Usually Saying: That's no big 

thing. 

Class Vice President 2; Execu- 
tive Board 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 
Captain 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Var- 
sity "H" Club 2, 3; Gradu 
tion Marshal 2; Spanish C, 
1, 2. 






I n V Ri^f^V^y^ Thomas Anderson 

' l( f, \J\ "Fils d'Ander" 

^^ \Wni»it/on; To be or not to be. 
^f^jret Peeve: Guess Who? 
\ Usually Saying: I'm bound to. 

I Transfer from Sacred Heart High 
School, Weymouth, Mass., 1961. 
Chorus 2; Drama Club 2, 3; Li- 
brary Service Club 2. 




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Qui 3; Spgnishvd 
^Service Club 1 ; 
;iub/2j//<rchb^er' 2. ' 





John Smith Antoine 

"Tuane" 
Ambition: Kill a "Bear." 
Pet Peeve: Bernie. 
Usually Seen: At Ludie's. 

Ice Hockey 1, 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 





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Susan Gay Arnold 

"Susan" 
Ambition: To pursue happiness. 
Pet Peeve: Spoiled unmannered 
children. 

Usually Seen: Pursuing Happi- 
ness. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight 
Staff 1; Drama Club 1, 2, 3. 





Stephen Raeburn Barth 

"Harbormaster" 

Ambifion: Be master of the 

world. 

Pet Peeve: Slow cars. 

Usually Seen: In fast cars. 

Usually Saying: Not too much. 




William Francis Baldwin 

"Spawles" 
Ambition: To be a teacher- 
coach. 

Pet Peeve: English teachers. 
Usually Seen: Anywhere but 
home. 

Usually Saying: That's close. 
Student Council 2, 3; Assem- 
bly Committee 3; Football 1,2, 
3; Ice Hockey 1; Baseball 1, 2, 
3; Varsity "H" Club 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 2. 



Roberta Maria Barbadora 

"Birdie" 
Ambition: College? 
Pet Peeve: Hingham. 
Usually Seen: Tooting my 
horn. 

Usually Spying: Oh crumb! 
Band 1, 2, 3; SEMSBA 1, 2; 
Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 
3; Highway Staff 3; Basketball 
1; French Club 1, 2, 3; Span- 
ish Club 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; 
Softball 1, 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Harborlight Staff 
3. 



Barbara Marshall 
Bezanson 

"Barb" 
Ambition: To graduate from 
Hingham High School. 
Pet Peeve: People who take 
their time. 

Usually Seen: At Bob's. 
Usually Saying: My goodness! 



William Henry Blaine 

"Bill" 
Ambition: To own a Ferrari. 
Pet Peeve: Anti-Volkswagen 
people. 

Usually Saying: Hello d'ere. 
Usually Seen: In a Volkswag- 
en. 
Basketball 2, 3. 



Thomas Lloyd Atkins 

"Tom" 
Ambition: To see the world. 
Pet Peeve: V8's. 
Usually Seen: On the road. 
Usually Saying: Get off it. 
Science Fair 1. 



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William Arvid Bergouist 

"Bill" 
Ambition: To fill out yearbook 
forms. 

Pet Peeve: Filling out yearbook 
forms. 

Usually Seen: Filling out year- 
book forms. 

Usually Saying: That's true. 
Junior Red Cross 1, 2; Volley- 
ball 1. 





Susan Shipley Briggs 

"Circus" 
Ambition: Go to Amherst. 
Pet Peeve: Ambiguous state- 
ments. 

Usually Seen: Talking. 
Usually Saying: I got a letter! 

Chorus 1; Highway Staff 3; 
Spanish Club 3; Library Service 
Club 1, 2, 3, President 3; Ten- 
nis 2, 3; Tennis Tournament 3; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 



Louis Fanning Blaisdell 

"Squid" 
Amfa/7;'on: Ha, Ha! 
Pet Peeve: Shaving. 
Usually Seen: West Hingham. 
Usually Saying: Nothing worth 
quoting. 





William Anthony Brown 

"Bill" 

Ambition: West Point. 
Pet Peeve: Mr. Wallace's final. 
Usually Saying: My leg's fine. 
Class Vice President 1, 3; Ex- 
ecutive Board 1, 2, 3; French 
Club 1; Ice Hockey 1, 2; Ten- 
nis Tournament 3; Varsity 
"H". Club 2, 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Junior Prom At- 
tendant 2; Tennis 1, 3. 



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Jonathan Lincoln Bouve' 

"Bear" 
Ambition: To get ham license, 
horn speaker. 

Pet Peeve: Running around 
the track. 

Usually Seen: Cackling. 
Usually Saying: 10:10— Arthur 
Godfrey's on. 
Drama Club 3. 





Elaine Marie Broydrick 

National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Chorus 1, 2; Harborlight Staff 
1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 
Secretary 3; Mass. Drama Fes- 
tival 2, 3; National Thespian 
Troupe 2, 3, Secretary 3; 
French Club 1, 2, 3; Field 
Hockey Manager 1, 2; Tennis 
1, 2; Pep Club T, 2; Athletic 
Service Club 1; Future Teach- 
ers' Club 1, 2. 



Brenda Louise Butler 

"Brenda" 
Ambition: To own a T-Bird. 
Pet Peeve: Rompin'. 
Usually Seen: Rompin'. ^ 

Usually Saying: Going Rompin'. ; 
Refreshment Committee 1; Pep \ 
Club 1, 2; Archbearer 1; Spa 
ish Club 3. 



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Phillip Warren Bromwell 

"Brumel" 
Ambition: Sing Boris Gudonoff 
at the met. 

Pef Peeve: Fanatical JuissI Bjoel- 
ing haters. 

Usually Seen: Dragging cars in 
my Saab. 

Usually Saying: Now I'll have to 
rub you out. 

Chorus 2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3; 
French Club 2; Badminton 2, 3; 
Volleyball 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 





Richard Francis Calvi 

"Snake" 
Ambition: To like R. E. a junior. 
Pef Peeve: The social life of 
Hingham. 

Usually Seen: Next door. 
Usually Saying: That's close. 
Executive Board 1; French Club 
1; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 2. 




James Philip Candito 

"Rock" 
Ambition: To own a corvette. 
Pet Peeve: Getting up morn- 
ings. 

Usually Seen: Anywhere. 
Usually Saying: Hot chev. 
Chorus 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 
3; Volleyball 1; Baseball 1, 2, 
3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 
3. 



Roy Edward Carlson 

"Roy" 
Ambition: To play the 1812 
Overture on the sousaphone. 
Pet Peeve: Exerting effort. 
Usually Seen: Singing in the 
locker room. 
Usually Saying: A lot. 

Executive Board 1, 2; Band 1, 
2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Chorus 

1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 3; 
Drama Club 2, 3; National 
Thespian Troupe 3; Baseball 1, 

2, 3, Co-captain 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Junior Prom At- 
tendant 2; Football 1; Varsity 
"H" Club 3; Volleyball 3. 



Cynthia Valentine 
Cashman 

"Lim" 
Ambition: Well-behaved chil- 
dren. 

Pet Peeve: The miles between 
here and California. 
Usually' Seen: Writing fan let- 
ters to Boris Badinov. 
Usually Saying: Surely you jest. 
Highway Staff 3; French Club 2, 
3; Future Teachers' Club 2, 3; 
Basketball Manager 2, 3; Bad- 
minton 1, 2, 3; Majorette 2, 3; 
Pep Club 1; Archbearer 1. 





George Francis 
Cenedella, Jr. 



Herbert Asa Cole IV 

"Mole" 
Ambition: To see Buckwheat 
work. 

Pet Peeve: Frustrated girls. 
Usually Seen: With Hotts or 
Buckwheat. 

Usually Saying: You stupid 
veute. 

Executive Board 2; Student 
Council 2, 3; Track 3; Cross 
Country 3. 



Debra Ruth Co 

"Debby^ 
Ambition: That's for 
know and for ? to fin 
Pet Peeve: Boys who pat "^Lit 
tie girls" on the head 
Usually Seen: Talk 
etc. 

Usually Saying: Did you h 
who hates me now? 

Harborlight 'Staff 2, 3; Spanisky^/I /|^ ■ 
Club 3; Future Teachers' C\iJ>j \^ 
3; Badminton 3; Majorette 2, 3;» 
Graduation Usher 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Pep Club 2, 3. 



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John Timothy Cauley 

"Cauliflower" 
Ambition: To graduate. 
Pet Peeve: "Bear." 
Usually Seen: Thinking hard. 
Usually Saying: Quiet, I'm do- 
ing my history. 




Kathryn Marie Connors 

"Kathy" 
Ambition: Secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Weekends in Hing' 
ham. 

Usually Seen: With Liz. 
Usually Saying: Be serious. 
Badminton 3; Archbearer 2; 
Junior Prom Committee 2. 



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Lawrence David Copeland 

"Larry" 
Ambition: Electronics engineer. 
Pet Peeve: Idealists. 
Usually Seen: With the D.K.W. 
Usually Saying: Man, he blows 
a tough axe! 

Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; 
Chorus 3; Harborlight Staff Pho- 
tographer 3; Science Fair 1; 3rd 
Prize Mass. State Science Fair 1. 





Bernard Francis Crowley 

"Bernie" 
Annbition: State trooper. 
Usually Seen: Church. 
Usually Saying: Nice talk. 
Transfer from Boston English 
High School, Boston, Massa- 
chusetts, 1961. 




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Sally Shaw Crafts 

"Sal" 
Ambition: H. C, C&D. 
Pet Peeve: Little? sister. 
Usually Seen: With company 
Usually Saying: Whoopy ding 
to you too. 

Junior Red Cross 3; Future 
Nurses' Club 1, 2; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3. 



Michael Cronin 

"Dog" 
Ambition: To live like the 
Romans. 

Pet Peeve: Hingham girls. 
Usually Seen: Dog's pit. 
Usually Saying: That is close. 
Lunchroom Service Club 2; 
Football 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 
3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Varsity 
"H" Club 3. 




Carol Anne Cyr 

"Kirk" 
Ambition: Be a good seam- 
stress. 

Pet Peeve: People who aren't 
on time. 

Usually Seen: Twin City Clean- 
ers & Laundry. 

Usually Saying: Don't do any- 
thing I wouldn't do. 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; French Club 
1, 2; Student Secretary 3; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3; Badminton 1, 2, 
3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 



Daniel Bernard Daly 

"Dan" 
Ambition: Find a way to make 
money without working. 
Pet Peeve: Sophomore ani- 
mals that play basketball. 
Usually Seen: Anywhere. 
Usually Saying: How does it 
feel to be graceful? 
Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1; 
Marshall Board 3. 



Elizabeth Marie Corea 

"Betty" 
Ambition: To be a unicorn. 
Pet Peeve: Hyprocrites. 
Usually Seen: Near the stage. 
Usually Saying: The main thing 
is not to panic. 
Harborlight Staff 1, 3; Debating 
Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; Dra- 
ma Club 1, 2, 3, Corresponding 
Secretary 2, President 3; Mass. 
Drama Festival 1, 2, 3; New 
England Drama Festival 2; Drama 
Workshop 2, 3; French Club 1, 
2, 3. 




Albert Ripley Cutting 

"Speed" 
Ambition: Graduate from Hing- 
ham High. 

Pet Peeve: New principles. 
Usually Saying: Censored. 




Robert Webster Day 

"Bob" 
Ambition: To find the flaw in 
my English teacher's perfection. 
Pet Peeve: Senior girls. 
Usually Seen: Running down the 
banking at 7:55 A.M. 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2; 
Student Council 1; Ski Club 3; 
Drama Club 1, 2, 3. 




Samuel Albert Devito 

"Sam" 
Ambition: Golf. 

Pet Peeve: A golf ball that re- 
fuses to go straight. 
Usually Seen: Against the wall 
with Snod and Duff. 
Usually Saying: I didn't do any- 
thing. 

Chorus 1, 2; Golf 2, 3, Captain 
3. 




LiLiAS Stearns Deforest 

"Lil" 
Band 1; Orchestra 1; Drama 
Club 1; French Club 1; Library 
Service Club 3; Future Teach- 
ers' Club 2, Treasurer 3; Bas- 
ketball 1; Badminton 2, 3; Ten- 
nis 1; Pep Club 2, 3; Gradua- 
tion Usher 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 



Donna Lee Demain 

"Domby" 
Ambition: To graduate. 
Pet Peeve: The clique. 
Usually §een: Spending Mon- 
ey. 

Usually Saying: Thanks a 
bunch. 



John Edward Doody 

"Dude" 
Ambition: Get in the service. 
Pet Peeve: Parents' idea of 
fun. 

Usually Seen: N. Abington in 
a car, back seat only. 
Usually Saying: It ain't a big 
thing. 



John Ripley Downing 

"Dink" 
Ambition: The perfect caper. 
Usually Saying: That's unbe- 
lievable. 

Class President 3; Executive 
Board 1, 2, 3; Student Council 
2, 3; Assembly Committee 2; 
French Club 1, 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Ice Hockey 1, 3; 
Golf 1, 3; Varsity "H" Club 
2, 3; Junior Prom Attendant 
2; Junior Prom King 2. 



Nancy DeBard 

'■Nan" 
Ambition: Around the world in 
a lifetime. 

Pet Peeve: People who don't 
make the bus. 

Usually Seen: Driving the voi- 
ture francais. 

Usually Saying: Now E. E., if 
I've heard that once I've heard 
it a million times. 
Executive Board 3; Student 
Council 2; Drama Club 1, 3; Sci- 
ence Club 2; Lunchroom Serv- 
ice Club 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 
3; Pep Club 1. 




Ellen DiSalvo 

"Flash" 
Ambition: To be a secretary. 
Pet Peeve: H.H.S. 
Usually Seen: In a Galaxie 500 
XL. 

Usually Saying: Where's B- 
juice today?' 

Chorus 1, 2; Highway Staff 3; 
Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Refresh- 
ment Committee 2; Badminton 
1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Library 
Service Club 1, 2, 3. 




James Warren Duff 

"Mike" 
Pet Peeve: Teachers, 
Usually Seen: With John Eng- 
land and Sam DeVito. 



Eleanor Ann Durling 

"Ann" 
Ambition: To own a certain 
grey house. 

Pet Peeve: Classes at oppo- 
site ends of the school. 
Usually Seen: In a 500 pound 
canary. 

Usually Saying: See you later. 
Honey. 

Highway Staff 3; Student Sec- 
retary 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 2. 



Edith Decker Edwards 

"Edye" 
Ambition: To outlive my braces. 
Pet Peeve: Platonic snobs. 
Usually Seen: Making up Eng- 
lish papers. 

Usually Saying: But you don't 
understand!! 

Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 
1, 2, 3, Layout Editor 3; Drama 
Club 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; 
Field Hockey 2, 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 






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Judy Rand Endicott 

"Judy" 
Ambition: Mexico otra vez. 
Pet Peeve: insincere people. 
Usually Seen: Rushing around. 
Usually Saying: Ha, Ha! 
Drama Club 2, 3; Preliminary 
Drama Festival Hostess 2; Na- 
tional Thespian Troupe 3; 
Spanish Club 3; Library Serv- 
ice Club 3; Art Club 1; Field 
Hockey 2, 3; Badminton 2, 3; 
Track 2, 3; Varsity "1^" Club 
3; Graduatiort Ush^r ^i) Jun- 
ior Pfom Q&mmitte 



John Devereaux England 

"John" 
Ambition: V8 Chev. 
Pet Peeve: Six slush. 
Usually Seen: Driving my pet 
peeve. 

Usually Saying: Wind it up 
baby. 

Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3. 



Jill Ann Farley 
"Jill" 

Ambition: To teach. 
Usually Seen: Late. 
Usually Saying: Too much. 
Chorus 3; Future Teachers' Club 
2, 3; Drama Club 1, 2; Major- 
ette Manager 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 



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Geoffrey Webster Emerson 

"Gee" 
Ambition: 14 Goals. 
Pet Peeve: 13 goals. 
Usually Seen: Driving a white 
convertible. 

Usually Saying: You guys. 
Harvard Book Award 2; Na- 
tional Honor Society 2, 3; Exec- 
utive Board 1; Student Council 
2, 3, President 3; Spanish Club 
3; Football 1; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 
3; Tennis Tournament 3; Base- 
ball 1; Varsity "H" Club 2, 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 2; Jun- 
ior Prom Attendant 2. 




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Peter Gray Farrar 

"Ferd" 
Ambition: To own a key club. 
Pet Peeve: Hingham's night life. 
Usually Seen: En route. 
Usually Saying: I don't believe 
that. 

Class President 1; Executive 
Board 1; Student Council 1, 3; 
Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3; 
Junior Prom Attendant 2. 



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Arthur John Fiske 

^ "Fisky" 

,- - ' Pet Peeve: You know me. 

/^ V that Justice , prevails. , Usually Saying: Aw for two 

/ oWiiBi \'f^>e<,.^y3bStUyyu:ii^O^ cents. 

^ .^'^''>' ^5®"- JPX'"^/ ^° 9^^ Executive Board 2, 3; Science 

, '--^ T^^iife^ O^l / /m.£,;2^ ^iTr 1; French Club 1; Athletic 
JJsually^Yinp: Oh . . . Service Club 1; Baseball 1, 2, 

HealthyT^ -f y\J^^^^^<^^ 3. j^j^j^^ p^^^ Attendant 2. 

^ O ? JM#tipii|(fc30SJ^r^^.^9^p^^f3; 
Jl Class Secretary ^%'^, STtxecu- 

"'^-^''^fve Board 1,'2, 3; Student 



p,^-<n>tbuncil 1; Chorus 1, 2, \^yfrTk 



Adrienne Lois Ford 

"Adrienne" 
AmhWIon: To get home when I 
should. 

Pet Peeve: My right hand. 
Usually Seen: In the Ope. 
Usually Saying: Please remem- 
ber, a straight line. 
Executive Board 3; Harborlight 
Staff 1, 2, 3, Sports Editor 3; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 
2, 3; Lunchroom Service Club 
2; Future Teachers' Club 2, 3; 
Basketball 1; Varsity "H" Club 
3; Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 
3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 2; Junior Prom 
Queen 2. 




Joanne Adele Genovese 

"Mopse" 
Ambiiton: To live in Walpole. 
Pet Peeve: Distance. 
Usually Seen: In the First Na- 
tional. 

Usually Saying: Keep smiling. 
Student Council 1, 2, 3; Assem- 
bly Committee 3; Orchestra 1; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Library Service 
Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Jun- 
ior Prom Attendant 2; Lunch- 
room Service Club 3. 



iHighway Staff 7, 3, Editor 3; 
Tiarborlight Staff 1; Spanish^--*^^ 
C\ub 3;''Graduation Marshal 2; ^ 
Junior Prom' Conimiffee 2,^y 
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Decorations Chai 
Prom Attendant 




Sharon Christine 
Garland 

"Sharon" 
Pet Peeve: W.O.W. 
Usually Saying: Where is your 
Harborlight article? 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight 
Staff 1, 2, 3, Editor-iti-Chief 
3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Ath- 
letic Service Club 1, 2; Future 
Teachers' Club 1, 2; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 
2, 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Ten- 
nis 1; Varsity "H" Club 3; 
Pep Club 1, 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2, Props Chairman. 



William Garre Garretson 

"Ganlett" 
Ambition: To be one of J. B.'s 
boys. 

Usually Saying: Hey, Jack, left, 
right, left. 

Executive Board 2; Student 
Council 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Tennis Tournament 3; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 
3; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; 
Volleyball 1; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Junior Prom At- 
tendant 2. 




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Susan Elizabeth Fremark 

"Sue" 
Ambition: To graduate. 
Pet Peeve: Some people. 
Usually Seen: Downtown. 
Usually Saying: You nut. 
Drama Club 1; Basketball 1; 
Softball 1; Pep Club 1. 



Sandra Ann Gianferante 

"Sandi" 
Ambition: To pass chemistry. 
Pet Peeve: Hypocritical people. 
Usually Seen: At a WTBA meet- 
ing. 

Usually Saying: I'll give you a 
buzz. 

Executive Board 1, 2, 3; Chorus 
1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 3; 
Lunchroom Ser/ice Club 2; Ath- 
letic Service Club 2, 3; Future 
Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, President 
3; Tennis 3; Golf 3; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3. 

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Joseph David Gilmore 

"Joe" 
Ambition: Beachcomber. 
Usually Seen: Guidance Office. 
Usually Saying: Want a half. 








Beverly Ann Giovannucci 

"Gaba" 
Ambition: A seven day week- 
end. 

Pet Peeve: Corner rats. 
Usually Seen: Reading Chaucer. 
Library Service Club 3; Stu- 
dent Secretary 3; Refreshment 
Committee 1; Badminton 3; Pep 
Club 1; Junior Prom Committee 
2. 



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"~-'^^^5=>;5^adminton 1.^3/3; Junior 
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Joseph James Gratta 

"Gratts" 
Ambition: Get a job paying 
$500 a week. 

Usually Seen: In the office. 
Usually Saying: Why do you 
keep saying that? 
Pet Peeve: People who cheat 
at cards. 

Lunchroom Service Club 2, 3; 
Football 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 





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kY Ambition: S. S. Music Circus 
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PeX Peeve: Being called Mary. 
Usu\lly Seen: S. S. Music Circus. 
{hually Saying: It's nummy. 
•^ Dran>a Club 1, 2, 3; Mass. Dra- 
ma Festival 2; National Thespian 
Troupe 3; Future Teachers' Club 
2, Secretary 3; Basketball 1, 2, 
3; Badminton 1, 2; Tennis 1; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Archbearer 
1; Junior Prom Committee 2. 




Sydra Jean Hall 

"Sy" 
Ambition: Matrimony. 
Pet Peeve: Show offs. 
Usually Seen: Dating. 
Usually Saying: My Lucy. 
Transfer from York High 
School, York, Virginia, 1962. 
Drama Club 2, 3. 



Nancy Hope Hallgren 

"Crash" 
Ambition: To join the Coach- 
men. 

Pet Peeve: Cliques. 
Usually Seen: Almost any- 
where. 

Usually Saying: I'll never tell. 
Executive Board 3; Athletic 
Service Club 1; Badminton 1, 
2, 3; Pep Club 1; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 




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Mary Reid Hamel 

"Reidy" 
Ambition: To get a bask 
Pet Peeve: A.W.H.S. 
Usually Seen: Collecting ads 
Usually Saying: Do you 
any ads yet? 

Chorus 2, 3; Highway Staff 3;i 
Harborlight Staff 2, 3, Adver- 
tising Manager 3; Drama Club 
1; Lunchroom Service Club 2; 
Future Teachers' Club 2, 3; Bas-^' 
ketball 2, 3; Badminton 2, 3; \ 
Tennis 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; i] , 

Archbearer 1, Junior Prom Com- jj^ 
mittee 2, /Spanish Club 3. _ I ly 





Jacqueline Louise Harris 

"Jackie" 
Ambition: To finish what I start. 
Pet Peeve: Chartreuse, orange 
argyles, and H2S04. 
Usually Seen: Finding trouble. 
Usually Saying: Might ever. 
Chorus 1; Library Service Club 
2, 3, Secretary 3; Athletic Serv- 
ice Club 2; Future Nurses' Club 
1, 2, 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Arch- 
bearer 1; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 2. 



Peter Ainsworth 
Hardwick 

"Peter" 
Ambition: To make some crude 
wheels. 

Pet Peeve: Yellow cars. 
Usually Seen: Holding up the 
outside of the art room. 
Usually Saying: J. Worthing- 
ton. 



Martha Jane Harrington 

"Martha" 
Ambition: To travel. 
Pet Peeve: Sadistic People. 
Usually Seen: Tardy. 
Usually Saying: Isn't that ex- 
citing? 

Chorus 1, 2; Harborlight Staff 
2; French Club 1, 2; Future 
Nurses' Club 2, 3; Secretary 
2; Badminton 1; Varsity "H" 
Club 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 
Treasurer 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 2; Junior Prom Attend- 
ant 2, 



Earl Wilson Hatch 

"Buster" 

Ambition: To be a mechanic. 

Pet Peeve: New Teachers. 

Usually Seen: At the Snack 

Shop. 

Usually Saying: Huh! 

Lunchroom Service Club 2. 



William Hawkes 

"Bill" 
National Honor Society 2, 3, 
President 3; Highway Staff 3. 



Elizabeth Carlton Hanna 

"Liz" 
National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Class Treasurer 3; Executive 
Board 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Highway Staff 
3; Harborlight Staff 2; Drama 
Club 1, 2, 3; Mass. Drama Fes- 
tival 2, All State Cast; National 
Thespian Troupe 2, 3; Basketball 
1; Pep Club 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 




Meredith Harvey 

"Merrie" 
Ambition: To have one. 
Pet Peeve: Bossy, selfish, loud 
people. 

Usually Seen: With Dovie. 
Usually Saying: You iust won't 
believe it. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 
2; Spanish Club 3; Future Teach- 
ers' Club 1; Badminton 1, 2, 3; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 




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"Jeff" 
Ambition: Buy a car. 
Pet Peeve: Boards at rink. 
Usually Seen: Doing nothing. 
Usually Saying: What's the an- 
swer? 

National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Harborlight Staff 3; Ice Hockey 
Manager 2, 3; Baseball 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 2. 




Krista Lee Jackson 

"Kris" 
Ambition: Green "peanut but- 
ter" machine. 

Pet Peeve: COP to physics in 
4 minutes. 

Usually Saying: Oh yeah! 
Usually Seen: In blue "peanut 
butter" machine. 
Badminton 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 



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Priscilla Hayden 

"Pris" 
Ambition: 101 lbs. sopping 
wet. 

Pet Peeve: Skinny people. 
Usually Seen: Trying to 
"crack" locker 600. 
Usually Saying: Sure. 
Chorus 1, 3; Highway Staff 3; 
Harborlight Staff 3; Drama 
Club 1; French Club 1, 2; 
Junior Red Cross 2; Future 
Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, Secre- 
tary 3; Junior Prom Committee 
2; Tennis 1, 2; Archbearer 1 ; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 



Emily Louise Hodgdon 

"The Bread Lady" 
Ambition: To be feminine. 
Pet Peeve: Sophomores. 
Usually Seen: With mouth 
open. 

Usually Saying: Censored. 
Executive Board 1, 3; Chorus 

1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 1, 

2, 3; Future Teachers' Club 3; 
French Club 1, 2, 3; Field 
Hockey 2; Basketball 1; Bad- 
minton 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
Secretary 2, President 3; Grad- 
uation Usher 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Junior Prom At- 
tendant 2. 





Cynthia Ann Holmes 

"Cynth" 
Ambition: To exchange the nail. 
Pet Peeve: Older people. 
Usually Seen: In a yellow jeep, 
f llsually Saying: What does it 
\i^'ok like? 
( ,• Student Secretary 3; Badminton 
2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Archbearer 



Geraldine Marie 
Horseman 

"Gerry" 

Ambition: Laboratory techni- 
cian. 

Pet Peeve: The other half. 
Usually Seen: At the South 
Shore Country Club. 
Usually Saying: Have you seen 
the other half? 

Spanish Club 3; Golf 3; Pep 
Club 1, 2. 



Richard Weldon Hurst 

"Dick" 
Ambition: To go to California. 
Pet Peeve: People who don't 
mind their own business. 
Usually Seen: Anywhere. 
Usually Saying: Somethin' else. 






William Jacobus 

"Bill" 




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Nancy Elizabeth Jermyn 

"Nance" 
Ambition: To make good in 
the world. 

Pet Peeve: The Little Leader. 
Usually Seen: Anywhere 
around the town. 
Usually Saying: Oh, no, not 
again. 

Student Secretary 3; Maiorette 
2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 
2. 



Candace Johnson 

"Candy" 
Annbition: Doc. 

Pet Peeve: Too little time for 
everything. 

Usually Seen: Studying. 
Usually Saying: See you later. 
French Club 3. 




Michael Redmond 
Johnson 

Ambition: E. E. 
Pet Peeve: Mac. 
Usually Seen: Not. 
Usually Saying: Oh yeah. 
Science Club 2, 3; Athletic 
Service Club 1, 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Junior Prom 
Usher 2. 



Blanche Louise Jones 

"Jonesie" 
Ambition: To be enrolled 
Q.C.H. 

Pet Peeve: Slow walkers in 
the hall. 

Usually Seen: In Ezmarelda. 
Usually Saying: Oh? 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; SEMSBA 1; 
Highway Staff 3; Drama Club 
1, 3; Spanish Club 3; Future 
Nurses' Club 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 



Cheryl Ann Jones 

"Che" 
Ambition: Know myself. 
Usually Saying: How 'bout that. 
Transfer from Bethel High 
School, Bethel Park, Penn., 1961. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Science Fair 1 ; 
Science Club 1; Spanish Club 3; 
Future Teachers' Club 1; Basket- 
ball 1, 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; 
Softball 2, 3; Refreshment Com- 
mittee 1, Volleyball 1. 





Malcolm Robert Johnson 

"Mac" 
Ambition: San Francisco. 
Pet Peeve: Missing the moment. 
Usually Seen: Behind a camera. 
Usually Saying: When I get a 
Mamiyaflex. 
Science Club 1, 2. 





Robert Wiliam Jordan 

"Bob" 
Ambition: To find a flaw in 
Einstein's theory. 
Pet Peeve: The anaerobic pres- 
sure of the phosphonasic hy- 
drosofylide is too low in this 
part of the country. 
Usually Seen: Dressed. 
Usually Saying: Of course my 
answer's right. 

Student Council 1; Highway 
Staff 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Na- 
tional Thespian Troupe 2, 3; Sci- 
ence Club 1, 2, President 2; 
Track Manager 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 

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PetJPeeve: Dettention for Mi 
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Usually r^en: M. , ^ 
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Elizabeth Campbell Kreps 

"Liz" 
Amb/fion; To do something ex- 
citing. 

Pet Peeve: Being called Eliza- 
beth. 

Usually Saying: How's come. 
Transfer from Conneaut High 
School, Conneaut, Ohio, 1961. 
Majorette 2. 




Ambition: To own a 

Volkswagen. 

Pet Peeve: Underclassmen in 

the corridors. 

Usually Seen: At the Donut 

Shoppe. 

Usually Saying: Gee whiz'. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 

3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Softball 

1, 2, 3; Archbearer 1. 



"Kimmie" 
Ambit/on: The ministry. 
Pet Peeve: The periods in 
room 122. 

Usually Seen: Working in 
Hingham Center Cemetery. 
Usually Saying: That's not 
nice. 

Student Council 1, 2, 3; Chorus 
1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 1, 2; 
Drama Club 1, 2, 3; National 
Thespian Troupe 2, 3; French 
Club 1; Library Service Club 
1; Athletic Service Club 1, 2, 
3; Volleyball 1; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 



Douglas Bristol Laing 

"Stang" 
Ambition: Use your Imagina- 
tion!!! 

Pet Peeve: Oldsmobiles. 
Usually Seen: Most anywhere 
Usually Saying: I don't mess 
around, boy. 

Chorus 1; Drama CJub 1, 2; 
Spanish Club 3; Library Serv- 
ice Club 3; Language Labora- 
tory Assistant 1; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 



Gayle Elizabeth Lamb 

"Lambkins" 
Ambition: To go home Mon- 
day afternoons. 
Pet Peeve: Demerits. 
Usually Seen: Anywhere pos- 
sible. 

Usually Saying: You're kidding 
me. 

Executive Board 1, 2; Lunch- 
room Service Club 2; Pep 
Club 1. 



Daniel William Keeler 

"Snail" 
Ambition: Townie. 
Pet Peeve: Dingle berries. 
Usually Seen: At Fuddy's. 
Usually Saying: That ain't 
big thing. 



Football 1, 2, 3; Ice 
Varsity "H" Club 2 
Prom Committee 2; J 
Attendant 2. 



Hockey 1 , 

3; Junior 

unior Prom 





Sally Ann Kyller 

"Sally" 
Ambition: To be a secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Walking around 
Marshals. 

Usually Seen: At Bradlee's. 
Usually Saying: Fine. 




Susan Diane Lehto 

"Sue" 
Ambition: To find oil for a 
hydraulic oscillator. 
Pet Peeve: Oil for hydraulic 
oscillators. 

Usually Seen: In the best places. 
Usually Saying: There must be 
an angel. 

Executive Board 1, 2, 3; Library 
Service Club 1, 2; Athletic Serv- 
ice Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 3; 
Badminton 1, 2, 3; Softball 1; 
Junior Prom Committee 2. 




Elyce Diane Lortie 

"Liza Mae" 
Ambition: Remain reticent. 
Pef Peeve: Y Delta conversions. 
Usually Seen: Out of homeroom. 
Usually Saying: You better be- 
lieve it. 

Executive Board 2; Student 
Council 1; Assembly Committee 
1; Library Service Club 2, 3; 
Lunchroom Service Club 2, 3; 
Athletic Service Club 1, 2; Field 
Hockey 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; 
Pep Club 1; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 2. 




Noreen Louise Libby 

"Noreen" 

Ambition: To go to Hawaii. 
Pet Peeve: Baker's. 
Usually Seen: Baker's. 
Usually Saying: Are you seri- 
ous? 

Student Secretary 3; Drama Club 
1; Basketball 1; Majorette 2, 3; 
Pep Club I; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 2. 



Ronald Edward Lincoln 

"Link" 
Ambition: ? 

Pet Peeve: The morning after 
the night before. 
Usually Seen: Wasting gas. 
Usually Saying: I don't knovk/. 
Assembly Committee 2, 3; Dra- 
ma Club 1, 2, 3; Mass. State 
Drama Festival 1, 2; National 
Thespian Troupe 2, 3; Junior 
Prom Comrrtittee-^ 2. 



Elizabeth Anne Marie 
Lombardo 

"Betsy" 
Ambition: To do things right. 
Pet Peeve: Confusion. 
Usually Seen: In a mass of 
confusion. 

Usually Saying: Someday. 
French Club 2; Varsity "H" 
Club 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3; Graduation Usher 
2; Archbearer 1; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 






Vivian AAarcia AAacKenzie 

"Viv" 
Ambition: To gain self-confi- 
dence. 

Pet Peeve: Distrust. 
Usually Seen: In a hurry. 
Usually Saying: Oh-poohl 
Drama Club 1; Science Fair 
1, 2; Graduation Usher 2; Art 
Exhibits 1; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 2. 



Bruce Edward AAacomber 

"Mac" 
Ambition: Meteorological 

Modification Expert. 
Pet Peeve: Disorganization. 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3; Highv^ay Staff 2, 3, Editor 
3; Varsity "H" Club 3; Junior 
Prom Usher 1; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Good Classmate 
Today, Good Neighbor Tomor- 
row Award 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3. 



Jean Frances Loud 

"Jeanie" 
Ambition: To be able to score 
a goal. 

Pet Peeve: Spiritless people. 
Usually Seen: Anywhere. 
Usually Saying: We're going to 
win. 

Student Council 1, 2; Assembly 
Committee 2; Band 1; Orches- 
tra 1; French Club 1; Athletic 
Service Club 1, 2; Junior Red 
Cross 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 
3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 
3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 2. 





Blair Reatha Matthews 

"Blair" 
Ambition: To be a teacher. 
Pet Peeve: Chem. 
Usually Saying: Okee Dokee. 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 
3; Drama Club 3; Library Serv- 
ice 3; Future Teachers' Club 1, 
2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Bad- 
minton 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; 
Pep Club 1, 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 




Diana Lee Means 

"Fruit" 
Ambition: To keep house for 
Dave. 

Pet Peeve: Gossipers. 
Usually Seen: In Weymouth. 
Usually Saying: It's almost Fri- 
day. 
Library Service Club 3. 



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Joseph Anthony Mallon 

"Tony" 
Ambition: To have perfect 
school attendance. 
Pet Peeve: People who indulge 
in vices. 

Usually Seen: Doing nothing. 
Usually Saying: No! 
French Club 1; Lunchroom 
Service Club 2; Basketball 1; 
Junior Prom Committee 2. 



Jane Ann Marsh 

"J-Ann" 
Amblfion: To v\/ork after grad- 
uation. 

Pet Peeve: H.H.S. 1963. 
Usually Seen: The beach or 
bike riding. 

Usually Saying: You knov\/ 
what? 

Student Secreary 3; Refresh- 
ment Committee 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 2. 





Joseph Byrne Mayer 

"Moss" 
Ambition: To be friends with 
"O.B." 

Pef Peeve: "Crazy." 
Usually Seen: On the corner. 
Usually Saying: Wicked crude. 
Baseball 2; Intramural Basketball 
3. 



Paula Irene McCarthy 

"Eight-Ball" 
Ambition: To be shy and 
quiet. 

Pet Peeve: Snobbish, spiritless 
people. 

Usually Seen: With foot in 
mouth. 

Usually Saying: It bothers me. 
Executive Board 1; Chorus 1, 
2, 3; French Club 1; Spanish 
Club 3; Badminton 1; Pep Club 

1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 2; Junior Prom Attendant 

2, Future Teachers' Club 3. 



Judith Ann McPartlin 

"Judy" 
Ambition: To visit foreign 
countries. 
Pet Peeve: Snobs. 
Usually Seen: In the library. 
Usually Saying: Yes, I know. 
Library Service Club 3; Jun- 
ior Red Cross 1, 2, 3; Student 
Secretary 3. 





George Douglas Miller 

"Strick" 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Science Fair 1; 
Football 2; Basketball 3; Bad- 
minton 2; Intramural Basketball 
3; Junior Prom Committee 2. 




Richard Alan Moore 

"Rick" 
Ambition: To make the best of 
what I have. 

Pet Peeve: It soon will be past. 
Usually Seen: With the always 
seen. 

Transfer from Minisink Valley 
Central School, Middletown, 
New York, 1960. 
Executive Board 1, 3; Student 
Council 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
Football 2; Baseball 1; Volleyball 
1; Junior Prom Committee 2. 



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Carolyn Murray 

"Coonie" 
Ambition: President of Duck- 
lings. 

Pet Peeve: John Michael's wit. 
Usually Seen: Driving the 
"Bungi." 

Usually Saying: Might ever. 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 
3; French Club 1, 2; Tennis 2, 3; 
Tennis Tournament 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 2; Library 
Service Club 3. 



Richard Willett Miller 

"Ricky" 
Ambition: To beat Archy's. 
Pet Peeve: Oranges. 
Usually Seen: Skating. 
Usually Saying: Hey Carlos! 
Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 3; 
Varsity "H" Club 2, 3. 



Russell Dudley Mitchell 

"The Cat" 
Ambition: To fly planes. 
Pet Peeve: Black and white 
Mercs. 

Usually Seen: At the gym. 
Usually Saying: What do ya 
say? 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 3; 
Track 2, 3, Co-Captain 3; Var- 
sity "H" Club 3; Intramural 
Basketball 3. 





James Edward Mortland 

"Tort" 
Ambition: To get an automatic 
transmission. 

Pet Peeve: Transmissions. 
Usually Seen: Under a car. 
Usually Saying: Just can't beat 
it. 



Ronald J. Murphy 



Charles Martin Murdock 

"Chuck" 

Ambition: Cape Cod. 

Usually Seen: Hanging around. 

Usually Saying: Why work. 




John Dennis Nadeau 

"John" 
Pef Peeve: Rock 'n' Roll. 
Usually Seen: Looking out the 
window. 

Usually Saying: Rots o' Ruck. 
Transfer from Mission High 
School, Roxbury, Mass., 1961. 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; New England 
Music Festival 1, 2, 3; SEMSBA 
2; Drama Club 2, 3. 



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Cynthia Louise Nash 

"Cinder-Block" 
Ambition: Join the Coachmen. 
Pet Peeve: '52 Ford and "Brillo 
Pads." 

Usually Seen: Most anywhere. 
Usually Saying: Forget it! 
Spanish Club 3; Student Secre- 
tary 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Arch- 
bearer 1; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 2. 








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Michael Lee NichqI^on 

Ambition: 'To graduate. 
Pef/fpe^e: Other students. 
^.y&slfilly Seen: Doing nothing. 
Usually Saying: I give up. 
Transfer from Pascack Valley 
High/^^chofel, Hillsdale, New 
Jers^Vv^'962. 
./tfioru's 1, 2, 3; New England 
AAusic Festival 3; SEMSBA 3; 
Golf 3; Drama Club 3; Science 
Fair 2; Football 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 



Frederick Thomas 
O'Brien 

"Moe" 
Ambition: Music Education In- 
structor. 

Pet Peeve: Trying to get to 
lunch first, without being 
knocked through the wall. 
Usually Seen: Trying to im- 
prove my driving, so someday 
I can drive at La Mane Race- 
way. 

Usually Saying: Spread out, 
you guys. 

Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3; Baseball 2. 



Robert Bruce Olsen 

"Oley" 
Ambition: Get out of school. 
Pet Peeve: The hog Rourke. 
Usually Seen: Corner. 
Usually Saying: Where's my car? 





Ryohei Onuki 

American Field Service Ex- 
change Student from The First 
Mito High School, Hittachi-Hi, 
Japan, 1962. 
Ski Club 3; Debating Club 3. 



Judith Carole Osborne 

"Judy" 
Ambition: Secretary. 
Pet Peeve: Sophomores. 
Usually Seen: With Clam. 
Usually Saying: Really? 
Student Secretary 2, 3; Re- 
freshment Committee 2; Pep 
Club 1, 2, Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 2. 



Warren David Nichols 

"Nick" 
Ambition: Ride to California on 
Charlie. 

Pet Peeve: Physics. 
Usually Seen: On Charlie. 
Usually Saying: Such is life in 
the big city. 

Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 




Thomas Langley Olsen 

"Tom" 
Ambition: To further my edu- 
cation. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 
2, 3; Spanish Club 3; Golf 1, 
2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 2, 3; 
Intramural Basketball 1. 






Robert Lloyd Parelius 

"Bob" 
Ambition: Missionary. 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 
Usually Seen: Working on a 
car. 

Transfer from AAamou School, 

Mamou, Guinea, West Africa, 

1961. 

Band 2, 3; Chorus 2. 







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Judith Lynn Pyne 

"Judy" 
Ambition: Work with U.N. 
Pet Peeve: Multitudinous Sopho- 
mores. 

Usually Saying: The wrong 
thing. 

Harborlight Staff 1, 2, 3, Treas- 
urer 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3; Athletic Service 
Club 1, 2; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 2; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Grad- 
uation Usher 2; Executive Board 
1; Chorus 1, 2, 3. 



Paul James Perrier 

"Paul" 
Ambition: To have an ambi- 
tion. 

Pet Peeve: Starting guns. 
Usually Saying: It's all right. 

Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 3; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2; Track 1, 3; Intra- 
mural Basketball 1; Cross 
Country _3. 






Imover. 
TallV^bphomores. 
^v^pMbocAc Award 2; Na- 
llflfria|, Honkr/AS3ciety 2, 3; 
QIassb lY&piWreA 1; Executive 
Bo^M;, 2, 3; Chorus 12, 3; 
Assembly CommitteegX 2, 3; 
Highway $efi 2j>Rarborlight 
Staff 1, 2; hkrMa Club 1, 2, 
3; Mass. Stale Drama Festival 
1, 2, 3; National Thespian 
Troupe 2, 3; Lunchroom Serv- 
ice Club 1; Athletic Service 
Club 1, 2, 3, President 3; 
Baseball Manager 1, 2, 3; Var- 
sity "H" Club 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 2, Lighting Chair- 




Elaine Louise Parker 

Harborlight Staff 2, 3, Associate 
Editor 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 
Treasurer 3; Mass. State Drama 
Festival 2, 3; National Thespian 
Troupe 3; French Club 1; De- 
bating Club 2; Library Service 
Club 2; Archbearer 1. 



Russell Theodore 
Peterson 

"Russ" 
Ambition: Air Force pilot. 
Pet Peeve: 'A know it all. 
Usually Seen: Enjoying life. 
Usually Saying: I could care 
less and worry more. 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3; Baseball 1, 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Junior Prom At- 
tendant 2. 







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Lee Frederic Richmond 

"Lee" 
Ambition: To own the Impala. 
Usually Seen: In the Impala. 
Usually Saying: Easy. 
Chorus 1, 2; Football 2; Baseball 
1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 3; Varsity 
"H" Club 2, 3; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 3; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 2; Junior Prom Attendant 2. 




Susan Field Robie 

"Sue" 
Ambition: Hawaii. 
Pet Peeve: Madamoiselle. 
Usually Seen: Around. 
Usually Saying: Got another let- 
ter. 

Harborlight Staff 3; Drama Club 
2, 3; Library Service Club 3; 
Junior Red Cross 3; Future 
Nurses' Club 3; Majorette Man- 
ager 3; Pep Club 2; Graduation 
Usher 2. 



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John Eldon Richardson 

"Hippo" 
Ambition: 49' 5V2". 
Pet Peeve: Her right hand. 
Usually Seen: In the "Ope." 
Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; 
Varsity "H" Club 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 2; Junior 
Prom Attendant 2. 



Ruth Elizabeth 
Richardson 

"Ruth" 
Ambition: To pass chemistry. 
Pet Peeve: Stop & Shop. 
Usually Seen: Running around 
in circles. 

Usually Saying: May I borrow 
a pencil? I forgot mine again. 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1, 
3; Library Service Club 2, 3; 
Pep Club 2. 




Linda Ripley 

Ambition: To see the football 

team win. 

Pet Peeve: School lunch. 

Usually Seen: Studying English 

vocabulary. 

Usually Saying: I don't have 

time. 



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Ambition: To be happy. 
Pef Peeve;/ Teasers. f\ 
QsCtaHy Seen; Bfehind^ sewing 
machine.] f.' ■' . 

Usublly^Saying: In a minute. j 
. yjfogi^e Paftefn Contestant j^ij/ 
National Honor Society 2, 3;, "^^ Junior J?€^ Cross- Si^SfUddnt 
Band 1, 2, 3; S.E. Mass. Music^ Secretar'y 3; Future 'Nurses' 
Festival 2; Orchestra 1, 2, ^ club 3; Majorette 2, 3; Pep 
Chorus 1; French Club ^,tfs Club 1; Archbearer 1. 

Spanish Club 3. \ T ^ / 

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Janet Katherine Ridlon 

"Jannie-K" 
Ambition: A seven-day week- 
end. 

Pet Peeve: Corner rats. 
Usually Saying: Got a match? 
Library Service Club 3; Refresh- 
ment Committee 1, 2, 3; Bad- 
minton 3; Pep Club 1; Junior 
Prom Committee 2. 




Linda Christine Rodes 

"Linda" 
Ambition: To be sophisticated. 
Pet Peeve: Night Crawlers. 
Usually Seen: Mixing. 
Usually Saying: I'm on a bud- 
get. 

Library Service Club 3; Lunch- 
room Service Club 3; Refresh- 
ment Committee 3; Pep Club 1; 
Junior Prom Committee 2. 




Richard Paul Rourke 



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Janet Marie Santavicca 

"Snick" 
Ambition: To keep quiet. 
Pet Peeve: Corner Rats. 
Usually Seen: Reading Chaucer. 
Usually Saying: I'm putting my 
foot down. 

Highway Staff 3; Library Serv- 
ice Club 3; Student Secretary 3; 
Pep Club 1, 2; Archbearer 1; 
Junior Prom Committee 2. 



Pamela Ann Rose 


John James Rourke 


"Pam" 


"Hog" 


Ambition: Old shoes and rice. 


Ambition: Permanent retire 


Pet Peeve: Two-faced people. 


ment. 


Usually Seen: Twin City and 


Pet Peeve: MUTE. 


Joanne's. 


Usually Seen: Corner. 


Usually Saying: Do me a fav- 
or. 


Usually Saying: Take off. 


Executive Board 3; Student 




Council 3; Marshal 3; Library 




Service Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 




1, 3; Junior Prom Committee 




2, Publicity Chairman. 







William David Rourke 

"Billy" 
Ambition: Playboy. 
Pet Peeve: School. 
Usually Seen: With a girl. 
Usually Saying: Don't bother. 



Margaret Noreen 
Roussin 

"Peggie" 
Ambition: To see the world. 
Pet Peeve: Tall people. 
Usually Seen: Rompin'. 
Usually Saying: Oh, 1 can't be 
bothered. 

Student Secretary 3; Refresh- 
ment Committee 3. 



Kenneth Stanley Rowell 

"Ken" 
Ambition: Find a position that 
pays $200 a week. 
Pet Peeve: Sophomores. 
Usually Seen: Everywhere. 
Usually Saying: Miserable ani- 
mal. 
Lunchroom Service Club 3. 





Elizabeth Sayward 

"Liz" 
Ambition: To be happy. 
Pet Peeve: Bones. 
Usually Seen: 217. 
Usually Saying: C'est la vie. 
Drama Club 1; Junior Red Cross 
1, 2, 3, Vice President 2; Stu- 
dent Secretary 3; Softball 1. 



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Marcia Ann Schneiderhan 

"Schneidee" 
Ambition: To graduate. 
Pet Peeve: Gym, 
Usually Seer.: Blue Station wag- 
on. 

Usually Saying: Is that right? 
Junior Red Cross 1; Student 
Secretary 3; Refreshment Com- 
mittee 2; Majorette 2, 3, Co- 
Captain 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Grad- 
uation Usher 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 





Robert Morse Shaw 

"Buckwheat" 
Ambition: $ and c. 
Pet Peeve: My "friends." 
Usually Seen: With Herb. 
Usually Saying: Strick! 



John Michael Sheskey 

"John Michael" 
Ambition: Morality. 
Pet Peeve: Walker's residence. 
Usually Seen: Where I should- 
n't be. 

Usually Saying: Censored. 
Executive Board 1; Football 1, 
2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 
1, 2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 2, 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 2. 



John Melville Shutt 

"John" 
Ambition: To play pro footba 
Pet Peeve: Underclassmen. 
Usually Seen: At practice. 
Usually Saying: Might ever. 
Junior Red Cross 3; Football 1, 
2, 3; Badminton 2; Baseball 3; 
Varsity "H" Club 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 



Margaret Anne Schuchard 

"Peggy" 
Ambition: To be a fireman. 
Pet Peeve: Trouble. 
Usually Seen: In trouble. 
Usually Saying: That's nice. 
Executive Board 2; Student 
Council 1; Harborlight Staff 2; 
French Club 3; Field Hockey 1; 
Badminton 1; Varsity "H'' Club 
2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3; Archbearer 1; Gradua- 
tion Usher 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 2; Junior Prom Attendant 
2. 




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Deborah Soule 

"Debby" 
Ambition: To get my foot out 
of my mouth. 

Pet Peeve: Teachers who say, 
"Oh, are you Fred's sister?" 
Usually Seen: Chewing Gum. 
Usually Saying: Oh, I don't 
mean that, I don't meat that. 
Pep Club 1, 2; Marshal Board 3. 





Robert Earl Swain 

"Ben" 
Class Treasurer 2; Executive 
Board 2; Student Council 3, Vice 
President 3; Spanish Club 3; 
Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; Tennis 
Tournament 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; 
Intramural Basketball 1; Volley- 
ball 1; Junior Prom Committee 
2; Junior Prom Attendant 2. 



Ethel Mary Stalker 

Ambition: To be happy. 
Pef Peeve: Elders. 
Usually Seen: Waiting. 
Usually Saying: Can I have a 
drag? 

Lunchroom Service Club 3; Stu- 
dent Secretary 3; Refreshment 
Committee 1, 2; Basketball 1; 
Softball 1. 



Beverly Ann Sundberg 

"Bev" 

Ambition: To go to college 
within three hours of Am- 
herst. 

Pet Peeve: Leaving Amherst 
Sunday nights. 

Usually Seer\: On the way to 
Amherst. 

Usually Saying: Well, Chris and 
I are off to Amherst again. 
Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
Highway Staff 3; Harborlight 
Staff 3; Drama Club 3; French 
Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; 
Library Service Club 3; Bad- 
minton 2, 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 2. 





David Nathaniel Terry 

"Dave" 
Pet Peeve: False alarms. 
Usually Seen: Charlie's. 
Usually Saying: Hi, kid. 
Track 1. 



Douglas Charles 
Thompson 

"Topsy" 
Ambition: To amount to some- 
thing. 

Pet Peeve: Girls. 
Usually Seen: Talking with 
girls . . . and boys. 
Usually Saying: Speak easy. 
Lunchroom Service Club 1 ; 
Football 1, 3; Varsity "H" Club 
3; Junior Prom Committee 2; 
Junior Prom Attendant 2. 



TiMOTi-iYyVtia:TAM Squires 

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Ambition: Own a '63 Corvette 

Sting Ray. 

Pet Peeve:, Getting up for 

school. 

Usually Seen: Reading science 

fiction. 

Usually Saying: Pretty poor. 




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Frances Kathryn Taylor 

"Frankie" 
Ambition: To see a purple cow. 
Pet Peeve: Green walls. 
Usually Seen: Rallying with the 
troops. 
Usually Saying: Perhaps. 

Executive Board 1; Highway 
Staff 3; Drama Club 1; Library 
Service Club 1, 2, 3; Student 
Secretary 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; 
Badminton 1, 2, 3; Archbearer 
1; Junior Prom Committee 2. 





Karen Ann Troland 

"Karen" 
Ambition: Pet dromedary. 
Pet Peeve: Ralph Waldo Emer- 
son. 

Usually Seen; Looking for 
stamps. 
Usually Saying: Well . . . 

Executive Board 2; Chorus 1 ; 
Harborlight Staff 1, 2, 3; French 
Club 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers' 
Club 2, 3, President 2; Badmin- 
ton 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 
3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Graduation 
Usher 2; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 2; Junior Prom Attendant 2. 



Kenneth Theodore 
VanMeter 

"Kenny" 
Ambition: See Spain. 
Pet Peeve: The Green One. 
Usually Seen: Heading south on 
Main St. 

Usually Saying: Ramblers are a 
lot better. 
Spanish Club 3. 



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Elizabeth Ann Thro 

"Buffy" 
National Honor Society 2, 3, 
Vice President 3; Student 
Council 1; Orchestra 3; Chorus 
1, 2, 3; Highway Staff 2, 3, 
Editor 3; Harborlight Staff 1 ; 
Drama Club 1; French Club 1, 
3; Athletic Service Club 1, 2; 
Future Teachers' Club 2; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 3; 
Basketball 1, 2; Pep Club 1. 



Eva Gunnel Trobeck 

"GiGi" 
Amb;t/on: To better interna- 
tional relationships. 
Pet Peeve: Tjockisar. 
Usually Seen: Improving inter- 
tional relationships. 
Usually Saying: No, but . . . 
American Field Service Ex- 
change Student from Whit- 
lockska Samskolah, Stockholm, 
Sweden, 1962. 

Spanish Club 3; Art Club 3; 
Basketball 3; Track 3; Pep Club 
3; Ski Club 3. 






Sandra Lee Trudell 

"Sandie" 
Ambition: To work at Talbot's. 
Pet Peeve: People who drive 
fast. 

Usually Seen: Blushing. 
Usually Saying: You know me 

Executive Board 3; Chorus 1 ; 
Harborlight Staff 2, 3; Drama 
Club 1; Spanish Club 3; Badmin- 
ton 3; Majorette 2; Pep Club 1, 
2, 3; Graduation Usher 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 2; Junior Prom 
Attendant. 



Irene Urbati 

"Dinny" 
Ambition: To go to California 
Pet Peeve: 1955 English Ford 
Usually Seen: With Maureen. 
Usually Saying: Really. 
Chorus 1; Spanish Club 3; Stu- 
dent Secretary 3; Pep Club 1; 
Junior Prom Committee 2. 



ibiticfoDjlo get oOt i'^ 

Schpol.:M^ J\y ' jj^ 

Force. 
Waiting 



■ plJ^Pee v^:.l^^c 



Usually, Sm 




StO(3ent 

meV^t Coprrirftee 2, 3. 








Ambition: To have one. 
Pet Peeve: Whistles. 
Usually Seen: In a state of con- 
fusion. 

Usually Saying: Peachy. 
Future Nurses' Club 3; Badmin- 
ton 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Major- 
ette 2, 3, Co-Captain 3; Pep 
Club 1; Archbearer 1; Gradua- 
tion Usher 2. 



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Deborah Walker 

"Debby" 
Ambition: To be walked to the 
door. 

Pet Peeve: Stooges. 
Usually Seen: Being kidnapped. 
Usually Saying: Weil, I'll have 
to check with Mom. 
Executive Board 3; Harborlight 
Staff 1, 3; Drama Club 1; Field 
Hockey 1; Basketball 1; Badmin- 
ton 1; Varsity "H" Club 3; 
Cheerleader 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 
3; Archbearer 1; Graduation 
Usher 2; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 2; Junior Prom Attendant 2. 



Everett Allen Wilson 

"Hap" 
Ambition: More of Bud. 
Pet Peeve: Soule's parties. 
Usually Seen: In school. 
Usually Saying: Is that right? 

French Club 1, 2; Ice Hockey 1; 
Intramural Basketball 1. 



David Carleton Visser 

"Dave" 



John Kenneth Visser 

"Vizza" 
Basketball 2. 



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Thomas George Walsh 

"Tommy" 
Ambition: Graduate. 
Pet Peeve: Studying. 
Usually Seen: Loafing. 
Usually Saying: Oh, yeah! 
Chorus 1; Football 2. 



Fred John Wendt 

"Fred" 
Ambition: To go to Sweden. 
Pet Peeve: W.A.F.B.C. 
Usually Saying: I don't know. 
Transfer from Laneri High 
School, Fort Worth, Texas, 
1961. 

Football 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; 
Varsity "H" Club 3; Basketball 
2, 3. 



Donald James Williams 

"Don" 
Ambition: Stamp out N.S.K. 
Pet Peeve: Being called N.S.K. 
Usually Seen: Looking intelle- 
gent. 

Usually Saying: Look intelle- 
gentl 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Athletic Serv- 
ice Club 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; 
Volleyball 3; New England 
Music Festival 1, 2, 3, State 
Music Festival 1, 2. 





Frank Eugene Wilson 

"Frankie" 
Ambition: I'll never tell. 
Usually Seen: Snack Shop. 
Usually Saying: Can't be both- 
ered. 
Football 1. 



107 



Kenneth Stuart Wirkala 

"Monty Montana" 
Ambition: To go to Montana. 
Pet Peeve: Montana. 
Usually Seen: In Montana. 
Usually Saying: Let's go to 
Montana. 
Baseball 1, 2. 





Sally Wood 

Annbition: Seven-day weekend. 

Pet Peeve: W-O-R-K. 

Usually Saying: Wait a minute. 



Sandra Lee Wordell 

"Sandy" 
Ambition: To go to Europe. 
Pet Peeve: Snobs. 
Usually Seen: 217. 
Usually Saying: No kiddin'? 

Future Nurses' Club 2, 3; Bad- 
minton 3. 



Nancy Sheffield Wright 

"Nancy" 
Executive Board 1, 2; Chorus 
1, 2; Harborlight Staff 1, 2, 3; 
French Club 1, 2, 3; Athletic 
Service Club 1, 2; Basketball 
1, 2; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Ten- 
nis 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee 2; Jun- 
ior Prom Attendant 2. 




SOTiRIOS YOUROUKOS 
"Sot" 
Ambition: To kill a deer. 
Pet Peeve: To study for tests 
during the weekend. 
Usually Seen: In Hingham. 
Usually Saying: Well . . . 
American Field Service Ex- 
change Student from First Boys' 
High School, Corfu, Greece, 
1962. 

Chorus 3; Harborlight Staff 3; 
Science Club 3; Ice Hockey 
Manager 3; Soccer 3. 




Joan Mario Zaro 

"Joan" 
Ambition: To own a watch. 
Pet Peeve: People who are al- 
ways saying "wicked." 
Usually Seen: Smiling. 
Usually Saying: You must be 
kidding. 

Drama Club 1, 2, 3; New Eng- 
land Festival 2; Mass. State 
Drama Festival 2; National 
Thespian Troupe 2, 3; French 
Club 1; Future Nurses' Club 1; 
Pep Club 2, 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 2. 



108 



RiCHARD' BeNARD AbBADESSA 
"Abby" 

Executive Board 1; French Club 1; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3; 
Intramural Basketball 1; Cross Country 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 2. 



■^J Daw) Grego^^*-^/ 

Student Councipil , 3 
Hockey ~IV'2^r3;^'^ rsity 
"^i^Jjjnior Rrom , /Attendant 2 



AIN 



3; Fr*ndh/<fK)b~>1, 2/^F<! 
rsityVi'R" Club 3; jiftfe 




1, 2, 3; Ice 

Sr Prom Committee 




Alfred Joseph Cappucci 

"Al" 

Ambition: None as yet. 

Pet Peeve: Lectures. 

Usually Saying: Fungi. 

Transfer from Cambridge High and Latin, Cambridge, Mass., 

1960. /■'.- ri 

Basketball 1; Badminton 2; Baseball /T. (^ 










Sylvia Grace Crawford 

Ambition: To find the gold at the end of the rainbow. 

Pet Peeve: People who attempt to find the gold at the end 

of the rainbow. 

Usually Saying: Is it worth it? Weigh |it well. 



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Ambition: To see the world. ' /j ^f 

Pet Peeve: Life. ' 

Usually Seen: With my nose in a book (and if you don't be- 
lieve me you can ask my mumsie.) 
French Club 1, 2; Lunchroom Service Club 2. 






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Stephen Marchetti 

"Mung" 



Andrew Thomas Condon 

"Andy" 

Ambition: Auto body. 

Pet Peeve: Studying. 

Usually Seen: Around town. 

Usually Saying: What have we got next period. 



William Read 

"Creature" 

Ambition: Teacher. 

Pet Peeve; Filling out information forms. 

Usually Seen: At Fuddy's. 

Usually Saying: What's it to you? 

Lunchroom Service Club 3; Football 1, 2, 3. 



109 



Abbadessa, Richard 254 Hull Street 

Adami, Kathleen 3 Manor Drive 

Allen, Deborah 313 East Street 

Allen, John 10 Puritan Road 

Allen, Stuart 63 Howe Street 

Ailyn, Claudia 153 Otis Street 

Anderson, Richard 23 Talbot Road 

Andrews, Kathleen 41 Kimball Beach Road 

Antoine, John 41 Linscott Road 

Arnold, Susan 451 Gardner Street 

Atkins, Thomas 16 Scotland Street 

Bain, David 68 Scotland Street 

Baldwin, William 24 Sherwood Road 

Barbadora, Roberta 170 East Street 

Barth, Stephen 10 Causeway Road 

Bergquist, William 14 Accord Pond Drive 

Bezanson, Barbara 50 School Street 

Blaine, William 26 Governor Andrew Road 

Blaisdell, Louis 6 Simmons Road 

Bouve, Jonathan 24 South Street 

Briggs, Susan 20 Park View Drive 

Bromwell, Phillip 259 Main Street 

Brown, William 21 Bailey's Causeway, Scituate 

Broydrick, Elaine 7 Park View Drive 

Butler, Brenda 113 Nokomis Road 

Calvi, Richard 109 Kilby Street 

Candito, James 19 Sherwood Road 

Cappucci, Alfred 23 Ocean View Drive 

Carlson, Roy 206 Wompatuck Road 

Cashman, Cynthia 26 High Street 

Cauley, John 1 1 Burditt Avenue 

Cenedella, George 120 East Street 

Cole, Herbert 16 East Street 

Conboy, Debra 5 Riverview Road 

Condon, Andrew 23 Elm Street 

Connors, Katherine 15 Kents Lane 

Copeland, Lawrence 65 Tower Road 

Corea, Elizabeth 14 Mann Street 

Crafts, Sally 6 Studley Road 

Crawford, Sylvia 8 Hayes Road 

Cronin, Michael 186 Otis Street 

Crowley, Bernard 8 Sycamore Lane 

Cutting, Albert 193 New Bridge Street 

Cyr, Carol 15 Daley Road 

Daly, Daniel 96 Kilby Street 

Day, Robert 18 Downing Street 

DeBard, Nancy 58 Whiton Avenue 

Deforest, Lilias 44 Pleasant Street 

Demain, Donna 8 Bulow Road 

Devito, Samuel 1 8 Crowes Lane 

DiSalvo, Ellen 107 Kilby Street 

Doody, John 87 Wompatuck Road 



SENIOR 

Downing, John 3 Pleasant Street 

Duff, James 390 East Street 

Durling, Ann 40 Spring Street 

Edwards, Edith 3 Whiton Avenue 

Emerson, Geoffrey 764 Main Street 

Endicott, Judith 31 Leavitt Street 

England, John 30 Elm Street 

Farley, Jill 5 Brewster Road 

Farrar, Peter 1175 Main Street 

Ferguson, Lee 62 Martin's Lane 

Fiske, Arthur 20 Sycamore Lane 

Flaherty, Sharon 161 Fort Hill Street 

Ford, Adrienne 36 Bulter Road 

Freemark, Susan 210 Wompatuck Road 

Gardner, Christine Off 84 Free Street 

Garland, Sharon 507 Main Street 

Garretson, William 5 Pioneer Road 

Genovese, Joanne 8 Cushing Avenue 

Gianferante, Sandra 41 Central Street 

Gilmore, Joseph 974 Main Street 

Giovanucci, Beverly 139 Nokomis Road 

Goff, Susan 21 Peter Hobart Drive 

Gosselin, Janet 56 Park View Drive 

Gratta, Joseph 287 Rockland Street 

Gross, Mary Alice 340 Main Street 

Hall, Sydra 24 Rhodes Circle 

Hallgren, Nancy 227 South Street 

Hamel, Mary 39 Lafayette Avenue 

Hanna, Elizabeth 36 Pleasant Street 

Hardwick, Peter 27 East Street 

Harrington, Martha 1 1 Arnold Road 

Harris, Jacqueline 4 Woodbine Lane 

Harvey, Meredith 10 Alden Road 

Hatch, Earl 27 East Street 

Hawkes, William 15 Beal Street 

Hayden, Priscilla 182 New Bridge Street 

Hodgdon, Emily 25 Beal Street 

Hollis, Jeffrey 3 Bradley Park Drive 

Holmes, Cynthia 90 Free Street 

Horseman, Geraldine 33 Smith Road 

Hurst, Richard 46 Gardner Street 

Jackson, Krista 20 Carleton Road 

Jacobus, William 146 Downer Avenue 

Jellows, Henry 31 Bradley Park Drive 

Jermyn, Nancy 37 Crowes Lane 

Johnson, Candace 10 Constitution Road 

Johnson, Malcolm 143 Gardner Street 

Johnson, Michael 143 Gardner Street 

Jones, Blanche 29 High Street 

Jones, Cheryl 16 Puritan Road 

Jordan, Robert 3 Codman Road 

Joyce, Patricia 85 Fort Hill Street 



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ADDRESSES 

Keeler, Daniel 18 Clark Road 

Kerr, Leslie ■.. 16 Polk Road 

Kimball, Albert 25 Leavitt Street 

Kreps, Elizabeth 20 Farm Hills Lane 

Kyller, Sally 7 Hemlock Road 

Laing, Douglas 29 Liberty Pole Road 

Lamb, Gayle 31 Governor Long Road 

Lehto, Susan 249 Gushing Street 

Libby, Noreen 10 Bank Avenue 

Lincoln, Ronald 53 Foley Beach Road 

Lombardo, Elizabeth 108 Kilby Street 

Lortie, Elyce 10 Old County Road 

Loud, Jean 26 Spring Street 

AAacKensie, Vivian 25 Mill Lane 

Macomber, Bruce 2 Shute Avenue 

Mai Ion, Joseph 41 Harborview Drive 

Marchetti, Steven 738 Main Street 

Marsh, Jane 120 Wompatuck Road 

Matthews, Blair 26 Bel Air Road 

Mayer, Joseph 7 Burton's Lane 

McCarthy, Paula 1 Seal Cove Lane 

McPartlin, Judith 22 High Street 

Means, Diana 2 Manor Drive 

Miller, George 692 Main Street 

Miller, Richard 7 Hov\/land Lane 

Mitchell, Russell 36 Gilford Road 

Moore, Richard 21 Smith Road 

Mortland, James 65 Fort Hill Street 

Murdock, Charles 25 Bonnie Brier Circle 

Murphy, Ronald 12 Elizabeth Lane 

Murray, Carolyn 59 Hobart Street 

Nadeau, John 66 Main Street 

Nash, Cynthia 23 Park View Drive 

Nichols, Warren 30 Gushing Avenue 

Nicholson, Michael 17 Otis Hill Road 

O'Brien, Fredrick 24 Grove Avenue 

Olsen, Robert ..._ 163 South Street 

Olsen, Thomas 1 1 Water Street 

Onuki, Rhohei .. Kujimachi, Hitachi, Ibarakiken, Japan 

Osbourne, Judith lOA Old County Road 

Parelius, Robert 712 Main Street 

Parker, Elaine 197 Hersey Street 

Perrier, Paul 5 Birch Circle 

Peterson, Russell 5 Spring Lane 

Pyne, Judith 26 Garrison Road 

Quinn, Virginia 6 Sanborn Road 

Read, William 179 Derby Street 

Rice, David 10 Holly Street 

Richards, Carol 805 Main Street 

Richardson, John 91 Summer Street 

Richardson, Ruth 44 Winter Street 

Richmond, Lee 65 Thaxter Street 

Ridlon, Janet 263 North Street 



Ripley, Linda 59 Pleasant Street 

Robbins, Janis 19 Abington Street 

Robie, Susan 79 Whitcomb Avenue 

Rodes, Linda 35 Bel Air Road 

Rose, Pamela 1 19 Thaxter Street 

Rourke, John 6 Thaxter Street 

Rourke, Richard 6 Thaxter Street 

Rourke, William 6 Thaxter Street 

Roussin, Margaret 192 Union Street 

Rowell, Kenneth 74 Kimball Beach Road 

Santavicca, Janet 120 Kilby Street 

Sayward, Elizabeth 1 1 White Horse Road 

Schneiderhan, Marsha 212 Gushing Street 

Schuchardo, Margaret 389 Main Street 

Shaw, Robert 37 Rockwood Road 

Sheskey, Michael 37 Whitcomb Avenue 

Shutt, John 82 Kimball Beach Road 

Singleton, Ann 66 Canterbury Street 

Smith, Christine 6 Weir River Lane 

Smith, Susan 1006 Main Street 

Soule, Deborah 50 Whitcomb Avenue 

Squires, Timothy 500 Gushing Street 

Stalker, Ethel 77 Blaisdell Road 

Sunberg, Beverly 28 Croydon Road 

Swain, Robert 15 Howland Lane 

Taylor, Frances 6 West Street 

Terry, David 693 Main Street 

Thompson, Douglas 423 Main Street 

Thro, Elizabeth 19 Water Street 

Trobeck, Gunnel .... 22 Mosstorpsvagen, Roslags-Masby, 

Stockholm, Sweden 

Troland, Karen 152 Gardner Street 

Trudell, Sandra 1 Ivy Way 

Urbati, Mary 189 Wompatuck Road 

Vanags, Dagmar 232 Wompatuck Road 

VanMeter, Kenneth 19 Carleton Road 

Visser, Carol 120 Fort Hill Street 

Visser, David 25 Free Street 

Visser, John 25 Free Street 

Walker, Deborah 29 East Street 

Walsh, Thomas 380 Main Street 

Wendt, Fredrick 1046 Main Street 

Williams, Donald 94 Gardner Street 

Wilson, Everett 47 Free Street 

Wilson, Frank 71 1 Main Street 

Wirkala, Kenneth 15 Ward Street 

Wood, Sally 24 Garrison Road 

Wordell, Sandra 44 Bonnie Brier Circle 

Wright, Nancy 9 Riverview Road 

Youroukos, Sotirios 68 George Theotokis Street, 

Corfu, Greece 
Zaro, Joan 60 Talbot Road 



II 



patrons and patronesses 



Mr. and Mrs. William Adami 
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen 
hAr. and Mrs. E. Kent Allen 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Andrews 
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Arnold 
Mrs. Marion S. Briggs 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Candito 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Cashman 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Conboy 
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund A. Connors 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Cyr 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. DiSalvo 
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Downing 
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Durling 
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Emerson 
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton R. Ferguson 
Mrs. John Fiske 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Garland 
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gianferante 
Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Giovannucci 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Gosselin 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Gross 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Gustafson 
Mrs. Elizabeth Hallgren 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Hamel 
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Harris 
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Harvey 
Mr. and Mrs. William Hawkes 
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell S. Hayden 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Holmes 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jermyn 
Mrs. Mary K. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Gardner Jones 



Mr. and Mrs. Ray G. Jones 
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kerr 
N\r. and Mrs. Albert W. Kimball 
Mr. and Mrs. John Kreps 
Mr. and Mrs. Ano Lehto 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Libby 
Mr. and Mrs. John Lombardo 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lortie 
Mr. and Mrs. T. Earl Loud 
^^r. and Mrs. William McCarthy 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Macomber 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Means 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Murphy 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Olsen 
N\r. and Mrs. Earl S. Parker 
l\Ar. and Mrs. Emery K. Rice 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robie 
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Roussin 
hAr. and Mrs. Connie Santavicca 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Sayward 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schneiderhan 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Singleton 
South Shore Medical Clinic 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Taylor 
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Thompson 
Mr. and Mrs. Arlin E. Thro 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Trudell 
Mr. and Mrs. Frances Urbati 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace White 
Mr. and Mrs. Frances E. Wordell 
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Zaro 



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S. Garland 



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J. Mayer 




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J. Allen 



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FIRST 
THOUGHT 



Compliments of 

WEST H INGHAM 
PHARMACY 



181 South Street 
Hingham 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1963 

MARIE^S 
SUBMARINE SHOP 

North Street 
Hingham, Mass. 



A.L.A. A.A.A. 

FORD^S 
SERVICE STATION 

78 South Street 

Hingham, Massachusetts 

Rl 9-9776 All Repairs 



Compliments of 

THE 

HINGHAM 

POLICE 

ASSOCIATION 



Compliments of 

NICK THE TAILOR 

Cleaning Tailoring 



at 



HINGHAM MARKET 

Free Delivery Rl 9-2595 



"Your store of Quality Meats, 
and Friendly Service." 



PAYNE'S 
COLOR MART 

Queen Anne's Corner 
Accord, South HIngham 

Paint Ar+ist'% Supplies 

Wallpaper 

Custom Picture Framing 

Rl 9-3264 



HINGHAM 
TAILOR SHOP 

Alterations, Cleaning, Pressing 
BRUNO SESTITO 

64 South Street 
Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-0260 



HINGHAM 
BUSINESS MACHINES 

86 North Street 

Rl 9-180! 

Sales, Repairs, Rentals 



Complinnents of 

VINCENT'S 
BARBER SHOP 

14 Nantasket Avenue 
Hingham, Mass. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

GOODE FORD SALES, 
INC. 




MKk 



New and Used Cars — 

Station Wagon Headquarters 

Open Evenings Till 9 Rl 9-2900 

Hingham Harbor 



ANTHONY 
HAIR STYLIST 

88 North Street 

Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-9090 



Hingham Plaza 
Rl 9-98D9 



South Duxbury 
WE 4-2800 



Shaping — Coloring — Styling 



HENNESSY NEWS 

"On the Square" 

Newspapers Periodicals 

Greeting Card Corner 

North Street Hingham, Mass. 



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S. Robie 




R. Calvi 




M. Schuchard 




J. Rourke 




R. Barbadora 





R. Mi 




C. Smith 




M. Harrington 




R. Moore 




S. Briggs 





THE HINGHAM 
Co-operative Bonk 

71 Main Street 
RIverview 9-0414 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

THE CROW POINT 
SERVICE STATION 

185 Lincoln Street 
Hingham, Mass. 



SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 
PAINTS 

Paints -for All Purposes 

Including 

SWP House Paint 

Super Kem-Tone Deluxe 

KEM-GLO 

21 Main Street Hinghann 

Rl 9-0917 



Hinghann 

RIverview 9-0215 

BEST WISHES 

DONOVAN 
DRUG CORP. 

Weynnouth 
EDgewater 5-2023 



COMPLIMENTS. 
OF 




Eight North St. Hinghann, Mass. 
RIverview 9-9846 



BAKER'S 
5 & 10c STORE 

Hinghann and East Weymouth 
Massachusetts 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



C. H. CUSHING & SON 

"Under the Buttonwood Tree" 




Call Rl 9-0894 
274 Main Street Hingham, Mass. 



Compliments of 

HIGH VACUUM 
EQUIPMENT CORP. 

2 Churchill Rd. 
Hingham, Massachusetts 



OTIS HALL 

Hingham, Mass. 
52 South Street Rl 9-212 



WHITNEY GORDON 
JEWELERS 

33 Main Street 
Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-0690 

Sterling Silver 

Reed & Bar+on 

Wallace 

Lunt 

Stieff 



THE 

SNACK SHOP 

"LUDDrS" 

319 Main Street 
Hingham, Mass. 



Compliments of 

LITTLE 
PLAIN HARDWARE 



Compliments of 

SOUTH SHORE 
REALTY COMPANY 

19 Sherwood Road 
Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-3533 

PHILIP AND ELSIE CANDITO 




^^JiS^^ MANNA 









Wee and landscape 
^^^ ^'^ (service 






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D. Terry 




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C. Visser 




Mike Johnson 




R. Richardson 




S. Hal 



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E. Corea 




G. Horseman 




J. Downing 






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D. Conbo 




COMPLIMENTS FROM 

HINGHAM 
CAMERA SHOP 

61 South Street 
Rl 9-0588 


COMPLIMENTS FROM 

BOB'S 
TEXACO SERVICE 

ALA — 24-Hour Service — AAA 

Routes 3 and 128 
Hingham, Massachusetts 

Rl 9-9828 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

RIZZOI lO'S 
SUPER MARKET 

99 South Street 
Hingham 


Compliments of 

1^ c?o\s 


,;^,Ci>' FLORIST 


Hingham, Massachusetts 

and 
Duxbury, Massachusetts 


H. F. LOUD & SON, 
INC. 

Imported and Domestic 
— ^Wines and Spirits — 

9 Central Street 
Hingham, Mass. 

Tel. Rl 9-0739 


Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1963 

TIMOTHY J. 
OSBORN 

Insurance Agency 

282 Main Street 
RIverview 9-9039 



Compliments of 

BEST CHEVROLET, 
INC. 




Hingham, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

BANKS 

AND 

WHITE 



Compliments of 

SOUTH SHORE 
LODGE #1850 

HINGHAM ORDER OF SONS OF 
ITALY IN AMERICA 



JOSEPH CALVI 

Brick Block Cement Work 

Sewer Connection 

Asphalt 

104 Kilby St. Hingham, Mass. 
Rl 9-0876 




I MOOD FOR 
I FINE FOOD 



NICK'S 

RESTAURANT 

and 

STARLITE 

LOUNGE 



Rt. 3 South Hingham 

Rl 9-3214 



Compliments of 

DYKEMAN'S 
PHARMACY 




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intimates ana outermates 



QUINCY HINGHAM COHASSET 



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E. Hanna 




J. Shutt 




W. Garretson 




B. Jones 






K. Andrev 




N. Jermyn 




M. Gross 




N. SeBard 



HEIDI STUDIO 

Handcrafted Jewelry 
Imporfed and Donnestic Gifts 

57 South Street 
Hingham, Massachusetts Rl 9-2656 



Complinnents of 

AL CLAY 



Compliments of 

FOSTER'S SHOES 

142 North Street 
Hingham 
Rl 9-2260 



REAL ESTATE on the SOUTH SHORE 




CUBBIER&SCHELLEl 

CURRIER & SCHELLE 
321 Main Street, Hingham, Mass. 

LAWRENCE W. SCHELLE 

DONALD G. CURRIER Rl 9-4060 



CONTE'S 
DRESS SHOP 

Hingham Fashion Center 

8 Main Street Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-0109 



Compliments of 

DOWNING 
CLEANERS 

296 Lincoln Street 



HAROLD L DOWNING 
RUTH L DOWNING 



E. GARDNER JONES 
EDWARD G. JONES 



Compliments of 

GEORGE H. DOWNING & SON, INC. 

Established 1882 
Hingharh, Mass. RIverview 9-0340 



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D. Keeler 




// 



A. Ford 



/ 



P. Hardwick 




C. Richards 



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R. Carlson 



L. DeForest 





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(^^ DEPENDABLE ^^^^ 


l^.., DRUGGIST 


Best Wishes to the Class of '63 


Compliments of 


H INGHAM CENTER PHARMACY 


Rl 9-1277 1 


E. VINCENT CARNES. Reg. Pharmacist 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


GOULD'S 


ACHILLE 1 


GIFT SHOP 


GREENHOUSE 


46-48 South Street 


392 Main Street 


Rl 9-1830 


Hingham, Massachusetts 




Rl 9-0678 Rl 9-0854 


Compliments of 


Compliments of 


GELO'S 


WOODY'S 


ATLANTIC SERVICE 


SERVICE SHOP 




B. Sundberg 




A. Cutting 




RIVERVIEW 9-2041 
9-9734 

H INGHAM 




RIDING STABLE 

Trail Rides — Cookouts — Ponies 

Hay and Sleigh Rides — Horses Boarded 

Open Year Round Top oi Turkey Hill 
Beginners Welcome Off Route 3A 

JOE SAPONARO ^* ""^^^'^ ^^• 

Follow Nike Site 
Signs 


Compliments of 

FRANK S. BARBUTO, 






INC. 


Compliments of 




GINNrS 




COFFEE SHOP 


Hingham, Massachusetts 


106 North St. 




Hingham, Mass. 




RIverview 9-1431 


Compliments of 


lONE R. LOWRANCE 


THE CLUB CAR 


Realtor 


48 Whiting St. 


170 North Street Hingham, Mass. 




THE POCAHONTAS 




SERVICE STATION 

170 Rockland Street 


Compliments of 

SOUTH SHORE 


Hingham, Mass. 
Rl 9-9853 


WOMEN'S EXCHANGE 



ELENA SESTITO 
FLORIST 




Station St. 

Hingham, Mass. 

749-2045 



S. Main St. 

Cohasset, Mass. 

383-1966 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1963 

HINGHAM JOURNAL 

FRANK H. MacLEAN. Editor 



YOUR SEARCH ENDS 




MARDEN REALTY, INC. 

230 Gardner Street 

Hingham 

Rl 9-4300 TR 8-4300 



Compliments 
of 

TWIN CITY 



Compliments of 

JOHN KNOX 
SHOE COMPANY 



COWING 
AUTO SALES 

457 Lincoln St. 

Hingham 749-1617 
749-2016 



Sales SAAB 



Service 



LARRY'S 

Hingham Luncheonette 

"WHERE HINGHAM'S 
BUSINESSMEN MEET" 

152 North St., Hingham 

749-9744 



A. Kimbal 




C. Cyr 




P. Hayden 




N. Wright 








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1 E. Edv/ards 




L. Copeland 




C. He 




COMPLIMENTS OF 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


CARL JACKSON 


MARCHETTrS, INC. 


Painting and Papering 


Quality Market 
738 Main Street 




Rl 9-0641 


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PAUL A. TAURASI, JR. 


Loann, Sand and Gravel 


"From our own Pit" 


72 A Cross Street 


Hingham, Massachusetts 


Rl 9-2068 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


BEST WISHES 


THE NATIONAL BANK 


HINGHAM 


OF 


JEWELERS 


PLYMOUTH COUNTY 


54 South Street 


Hingham, Massachusetts 


A. A. MANJOS 




Hingham, Massachusetts 



BEST WISHES 

TO 

■THE CLASS OF '63" 



Clean-r-ama, inc. 



74 — 76 Sea St., North Weymouth 91, Mass. 
102 North St. Hingham, Mass. 




Compliments of 

DORA FERGUSON 
CATERERS 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE GARDEN 
SHOP 

Flower and Garden Shop 
Corsages Gifts 

Route 3A Hingham, Mass. 



J. A. ROWE 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

94-96 South Street 
Hingham 

5c— I Oc— $1.00 Store 

100 Pleasant Street 
'South Wevmouth 



LOUISE DUFFY 

TRAVEL AGENCY, 

INC. 

107 South Street 
Rl 9-0550 Hingham 

49 Centre Street 
GR 2-3232 Quincy 

Massachusetts 



Compliments of 




14 North St. 

Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-2002 



MERCEDES-BENZ 

SALON 



Rt. 28 at Airport 

Hyannis, Mass. 

SP 5-4526 




V. Quinn 



A^n 



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R. Swain 




J. Endicott 




D. Rf 




M. Hamel 



125 




D. Means 




K. VanMe+er 




Parker 



126 




H INGHAM 
MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. 



49 Main Street 
Hingham, Massachusetts 



HENRY JONES 
TELEVISION 

Electrical Appliances 

Radio, Television 
SALES AND SERVICE 

22 North St. Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-3048 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

WALSH & PACKARD 



INC. 



ELECTRICAL GOODS 
DEVOE PAINTS 
GARDEN SUPPLIES 



REPAIRS 

HARDWARE 

HOUSEWARES 



31 Main Street 
Hinghann, Massachusetts 




GEORGE A. COLE 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

104 South St. 

Hingham, Massachusetts 

Tel. Rl 9-2303 



DODGE 



Good Luck 
From 



WHIPPLE MOTORS, 
INC. 

Dodge in Hingham 



Hingham Harbor 
Hingham, Massachusetts 



IFIT*S COODFOOD 
YOU WANT ^ 




Best of Luck 
to a Fine Class 



PAGE'S RESTAURANT 

at the Harbor 
Hingham, Massachusetts 



MASONRY by 

ANTHONY G, 
BARBUTO 

9 Pine Street 
Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-2185 



DUFF'S 
AUTO TOP CO. 

Hingham, Mass. 
Rl 9-2955 



ANTHONY R. EMANUELLO 
& SON 



75 Hull Street 
Cohasset EV 3-0242 

EXCAVATING 

Grading 

BULLDOZER SERVICE 



Sand — Gravel — Stone — Loom 



Compliments of 




QUINN'S GULF 
SERVICE STATION 



RIverview 9- 1 43 1 

lONE R. LOWRANCE 

Realtor 
170 North Street Hingham, Mass. 




W. Hawkes 



J!^ 






D. Allen 




P. Far 




A. Durling 




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J. Candito 

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HINGHAM.MASS. 



THE VERY FINEST IN PORTRAITURE 



Children 



Bridal 



Adult 



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